Archive | January, 2016

Is Donald Trump a Narcissist?

With the presidential election season in the United States heating up even further as the state primaries approach, a great amount of media attention has been focused on Donald Trump’s controversial campaign for the Republican nomination. Vanity Fair questioned the mental health of Trump in an article titled “Is Donald Trump Actually a Narcissist? Therapists […]

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Who Should Judge the Judges?

Howard Gardner has released a new post on his blog “The Professional Ethicist” on the Good Project’s website! In this thought-provoking piece, entitled “The Varieties of Disinterestedness: Who should judge the judges?”, Gardner discusses the concept of “disinterestedness” (or impartiality) and its relation to the due process of law, illustrated through the example of the federal […]

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Videos: Gardner on Good Work and Bruner

Two new videos featuring Howard Gardner have been released via YouTube. In the first clip, Gardner talks about the events that led him to explore the 3 Es of Good Work (excellence, ethics, and engagement) and how he came to devote the past two decades of his career to research on the Good Project. In the second, he […]

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Recent Foreign Press for MI

Howard Gardner and the theory of multiple intelligences have received a variety of mentions in foreign periodicals and publications over the past few months. Outlined below are links to several articles concerning the implementation of MI theory in practice in the classroom and Gardner’s views of the meaning of intelligence. Click the linked text to […]

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