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Interview: The Hidden Intelligences

Howard Gardner was recently interviewed by Dario Ruggiero, founder of the Italian organization Long Term Economy. The interview presents Gardner’s current views about multiple intelligences and its application in education and society. Below is the interview in full. Interview with Howard Gardner  (Hobbs Research Professor of Cognition and Education Harvard Graduate School of Education) “THE HIDDEN […]

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Towards a Book

As readers of this blog are aware, we have for seven years been carrying out an ambitious national study of higher education. For the last year and a half, we have been busy—analyzing data, writing dozens of blogs, giving occasional talks. We believe that we could write hundreds of blogs, scores of articles, several books—but […]

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Gardner Interviewed by National Art Education Association

In March 2019, Howard Gardner presented at the annual convention of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) as a keynote speaker on “Beyond Wit and Grit,” tying together multiple intelligences (MI) theory with his decades on The Good Project. NAEA has now released a special interview with Gardner following the convention, in which he answers […]

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Gardner Named to Top 30 Management Professionals

Howard Gardner has been named #18 on a 2019 ranking of the top 30 management professionals. The annual list from Global Gurus compiles the profiles of influential and inspirational leaders and speakers in management theory and strategy.  To learn more about this ranking, and to see the full list visit the Global Gurus website here. […]

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2019 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

Howard Gardner has been rated the third most influential education thinker according to a 2019 ranking. The annual RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, released by Rick Hess in Education Week, is a list of American university-based scholars who are shaping educational policy and practice. The ranking is based on factors such as Google Scholar and Amazon […]

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