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How MI Informs Teaching at New City School


by Thomas Hoerr 2004

This paper captures the use of the theory of multiple intelligences (MI) at the New City School. The implementation began in 1988 and has been characterized by a focus on student assessment and the personal intelligences. Enhanced faculty collegiality has been a product of the MI journey.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 106 Number 1, 2004, p. 40-48
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11507, Date Accessed: 3/30/2017 2:48:19 AM

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  • Thomas Hoerr
    New City School, St. Louis, MO
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    Tom Hoerr is the head of the New City School in St. Louis, MO. He has written extensively about multiple intelligences (including Becoming A Multiple Intelligences School, ASCD Press, 2000) and faculty collegiality. His current research and writing focuses on the notion of distributed intelligence and the supervisory implications of viewing teachers as artists.
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