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Higher Ed and the Teenage Brain

Every fall, colleges across the United States and the world welcome students back to campus, including a class of new freshmen, many of whom are leaving their homes to live on their own for the first time. Of course, parents across the spectrum share concerns about how their teenage children will behave in this new environment. […]

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Video: Interview with Santillana

In November 2015, Howard Gardner was interviewed by Claudette Muñoz Molina of Santillana, a Spanish-language educational publishing group, for a conference held in February 2016 in Mexico. A video of the interview is now available for viewing. In this feature, Gardner touches upon several aspects of his various lines of work, including his book The […]

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“Psychology Today” Interviews Gardner

Howard Gardner has been featured in an interview by the bi-monthly American periodical Psychology Today. Titled “Multiple Intelligence, Higher Education Reform, and Ethics,” this piece is part of an interview series profiling prominent personalities in psychology called The Eminents. Speaking with blogger Marty Nemko, Gardner discusses the theory of multiple intelligences as well as his more recent investigations […]

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Big Think Interviews Howard Gardner

Howard Gardner has been interviewed for a video series by Big Think, a multimedia website that presents applicable ideas from top thinkers to a general audience. In the three videos, Gardner discusses: The basics of the theory of multiple intelligences and how leaders of organizations should account for MI in the workplace; The eight component […]

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Good Work for Lawyers

The Practice, a publication of the Harvard Law School that provides critical analysis of the legal profession, has released an interview with Howard Gardner about “good work” in law. Describing the meaning of good work and good citizenship, the effects of strong market pressures, and the way professional education shapes identity, Gardner stresses the need for institutions to […]

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