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Howard Gardner
Howard Gardner is the Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. show more

Howard Gardner is the Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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Book Thoughts rated it 2 years ago
I really enjoyed this book on what makes for bringing a culture of excellence into the classroom. I thought Berger's stories were inspirational, and loved many of his ideas. Like many stories on great teaching though, his methods are virtually impossible to use in a big sense because his school ba...
Tolle Lege!.
Tolle Lege!. rated it 5 years ago
A series of essays that read like an ode to science. Good poetry makes you feel your way to understanding, and these essays let you understand by feeling and just gives enough to whet you curiosity on the topic and give you further ideas for further listening.This book would make a great first scien...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 6 years ago
bookshelves: essays, gr-library, nonfiction, published-2013, environmental-issues, tbr-busting-2014, winter-20132014, sciences, psychology, under-500-ratings, next, abandoned, skim-through Read on February 24, 2013 Arrogant title, let see what it delivers! 1. EVOLUTION BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTI...
otakumom
otakumom rated it 6 years ago
I actually just skimmed this work to refresh the concept of Multiple Intelligence for personal reasons. This work tended to be more of a defense of Multiple Intelligence rather than adding anything on pragmatic level which was my hope when I borrowed it from the library. However, I did read Frame...
ashurtech
ashurtech rated it 7 years ago
Essentially a compilation of short articles by eminent scientists & academics about their favourite deep & elegant theories. There's a lot of ground covered from physics to sociology, so there's probably something of interest for everyone.
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