Assessing the 20-Year Impact of Multiple Intelligences on Schooling
by Larry Cuban — 2004
The article analyzes one claim that I make about Howard Gardner's work on MI: Multiple intelligences has had the greatest influence on educators' beliefs and talk about differences in children's intelligence, moderate to high influence on the formal curriculum and instructional materials, and least influence on mainstream teaching and assessment practices. Based on that analysis, I ask and answer one question: Why has the influence of MI been highest on educators' beliefs and language and least on classrooms practices?
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