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Intertwining “Multiple Intelligences” and “Good Work”

by Howard Gardner Close to forty years after I first began to write about the concept “Multiple Intelligences,” the topic still dominates my mailbox, with questions arising each day, often from scholars, researchers, or educators in remote corners of the world. And while nearly every question has been posed before, I try when possible to […]

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Festschrift for Ellen Winner

Howard Gardner has published a contribution to his wife Ellen Winner’s Festschrift. A Festschrift is a collection of articles and reflections released in honor of a scholar, usually around a milestone in their career or birthday. Gardner’s reflections touch on the many qualities of Ellen as a scholar that he values and appreciates. Click here […]

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Creativity and Creativities: A Tribute to Teresa Amabile

What is the nature of creativity? How is our understanding of creativity being shaped and changed by technological innovations and advances? And what lessons for the study of creativity can we draw from living in a globalized and information-saturated world? These are some of the questions that Howard Gardner raises in an essay honoring his […]

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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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