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Gardner Visits Schools in Spain

In early April 2016, Howard Gardner visited Spain, travelling to three different institutions in recognition of his contributions to education. First, Gardner accepted the “Telefónica-Repsol Foundation-Down Syndrome Madrid Award for the Family and Handicaps” from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid. An annual award in its third year of existence, the event also allowed Gardner to present […]

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The Reggio Emilia Approach to Education

Sweden’s Reggio Emilia Institutet has published an interview with Howard Gardner in the Fall 2015 edition of its magazine Modern Barndom (English: Modern Childhood).  In this article, Gardner discusses and shares insights about the educational approach of the Italian city Reggio Emilia and the collaboration between Reggio Emilia and Harvard’s Project Zero.  Click here to see a […]

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Italian Magazine Interviews Howard Gardner

The Italian magazine Teatri delle diversità has published an interview with Howard Gardner in its May 2015 issue! Answering questions about multiple intelligences theory, Project Zero, his life-long and wide-ranging research, the current state of education, the content of several of his books, and more, this interview with Gardner touches on a variety of subjects and is […]

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Gardner Speaks with “Bridging the Gaps”

The Irish podcast program “Bridging the Gaps” has released its interview with Howard Gardner! Speaking about the development of multiple intelligences theory, the concepts behind the book Five Minds for the Future, and his most recently published text The App Generation, Gardner gives an overview of some of the key research that has compelled him over […]

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Finland, the Common Core, and MI

The Huffington Post’s World Post reports that Finland has adopted new standards for its National Core Curriculum similar to those of the Common Core in the United States. Under the new regulations, Finnish educators would no longer teach subjects like math, science, or history to students; instead, learning will be topical, meaning that lessons will be […]

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