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Lectures on Intelligence, Creativity, and Leadership

In January 2017, Howard Gardner delivered a series of three lectures at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. These lectures revisited three topics that Gardner has studied over many years: intelligence, creativity, and leadership. Having written books about each of these threads (see his work on MI, Creating Minds, and Leading Minds), about half of each […]

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MI and Habits of Mind in Arts Education

Howard Gardner and Ellen Winner discuss their respective research on multiple intelligences and arts education, as well as how these two lines of work fit together, in a newly-released short video. Gardner is most known for the theory of multiple intelligences, a critique of the notion that humans have a single measurable intelligence, such as […]

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MI Theory Overview Video

The Brock International Prize in Education, which Howard Gardner was awarded in 2015, has created a short video summary of the theory of multiple intelligences. In the engaging and quick feature, which incorporates illustrations and diagrams, the components and implications of MI theory are explained in simple terms. Check out the 2-minute video below!

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Interview on MI Theory Reprinted

In 2013, Howard Gardner was interviewed by the Spanish website tiching.com about his theory of multiple intelligences. This blog reappeared in the 2016 Spanish-language education-themed book Hablamos de Educación (Let’s Talk About Education). Click here to read the republished version of the interview (Spanish). The original English version has been reprinted below. 2013 Interview with Tiching.com, English translation. This […]

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Scientists Making a Difference

Reflecting on your life, what has been your greatest accomplishment so far and why? A version of this question was asked to Howard Gardner and ninety-nine other behavioral and brain scientists, each of whom wrote a summary of their most important contribution to the field for the book Scientists Making a Difference, edited by Robert T. […]

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