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Gardner Receives Brock International Prize

Howard Gardner has been named as the 2015 recipient of the Brock International Prize in Education. An annual award given to individuals who have made a significant contribution to the practice or understanding of education, Gardner will be honored at the Brock Prize Symposium in March 2015 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Gardner is best known for […]

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Students React to “The App Generation”

At the start of the 2014 school year, Marty Schmidt, a teacher at the Hong Kong International School, introduced his students to Katie Davis and Howard Gardner’s book The App Generation in his junior-senior elective course “Service, Society, and the Sacred.” Schmidt asked students to read particular sections of the book and to reflect on […]

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Carrie James Releases New Book “Disconnected”

The Good Project/Project Zero researcher Carrie James is excited to announce the publication of Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap. Based on qualitative research carried out as part of our Good Play Project, Disconnected is an account of how youth, and the adults in their lives, think about the moral and ethical dimensions of their […]

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Chilean Magazine Spotlights MI Theory

From 2011-2012, the Chilean publication Calpe&Abyla, a periodical dedicated to education and neurosciences, published a series of magazines on Multiple Intelligences theory. The editors assembled a unique collection of high-quality materials with a focus on the connection between MI and neuroscience. These texts are a useful resource for Spanish-speaking educators, researchers, and individuals who would […]

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Howard Gardner at the Dalton School

To view a video of Gardner’s talk, please click here. My Trip to the Dalton School in New York City by Howard Gardner On May 14, 2014, I spent an hour with students at the Dalton School, a well-known and highly selective private school on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The bulk of the […]

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