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Webinar: Between Literacies and Livelihoods

In May 2016, Howard Gardner hosted a webinar organized by Usable Knowledge at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on the topic “Between Literacies and Livelihoods.” Now, a recording of the webinar is available to the public for viewing.  In this talk, Gardner using the framing values of truth, beauty, and goodness (from his 2011 book Truth, Beauty, […]

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Gardner Presents at BbWorld Live 2016

In July 2016, Howard Gardner gave a virtual talk at the annual BbWorld Live conference, a convention organized by educational technology company BlackBoard and held this year in Las Vegas, NV. Speaking via pre-recorded webinar, Gardner’s presentation is entitled “Reflections on Multiple Intelligences Theory” and gives an overview of the theory, its implications, and the subsequent push he […]

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Watch Howard Gardner’s TEDx Livestream!

This Sunday, November 15th, Howard Gardner will be speaking as a part of this fall’s TEDx Beacon Street event. Beginning at 3:45pm ET, Gardner’s talk will be titled “Beyond Wit and Grit.”  Click here to access the TEDx Beacon Street website, where a livestream link will be available to allow members of the public to […]

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Hall Fellow Lecture at Concord Academy

On April 27-28, 2015, Howard Gardner visited Concord Academy in Concord, MA, to deliver the annual Hall Fellow lectures to the school community. Speaking to parents and alums on the evening of April 27 and to students and teachers on the morning of April 28, Gardner delivered a talk on “Beyond Wit and Grit” about […]

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Gardner’s Morning Address at Memorial Church

On Friday, April 10, 2015, Howard Gardner spoke at Harvard’s Memorial Church as a part of the daily Morning Prayers session. Speakers are invited to Morning Prayers to discuss a topic of their choice, particularly one that has meaningful implications for the lives of listeners. Gardner’s talk focused on truth, beauty, and goodness, and the […]

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