based on Gardners conception? ED 363 396) Lazear, David. It is difcult to prove that improvements (or declines) in educational achievement are due to MI practices. These people know how to change the tone of their voice for effect, when speaking, or singing. As children do not learn in the same way, they cannot be assessed in a uniform fashion. New York Times, notable Book of the Year and winner of the 1994 Sidney Hillman Foundation Book Award. The seven intelligences Gardner defines are: Logical-Mathematical Intelligence- consists of the ability to detect patterns, reason deductively and think logically. I honestly do not see why the particulars of a specied curriculum would inevitably be reduced to inert knowledge. Whatever its scientic merits, clearly MI theory has struck a responsive chord in educators in the United States and abroad. Practitioners often do not follow the theoretical work carefully; many individuals involved in MI have read neither my work nor that of other reliable writers. Meritocracy are crumbling (though the psychometric establishment has not yet noticed).
"The Theory of Multiple Intelligences". Fortunately, recognizing that standardized tests predict but a modest proportion of future success, some selective institutions welcome other samples of student work. "Self-awareness in g (with processing efficiency and reasoning". Howard Gardner, in 1983. Throughout his career, Eysenck moved almost too effortlessly between psychometrics and policy; but after one disastrous foray, Jensen has focused on G, avoiding policy debates altogether. The family has a strong influence on the way our multiple intelligences develop. False Dichotomies While I have broad sympathy with the progressive tradition in education (of philosopher John Dewey I would be happy to chuck the distinction between Progressive and Traditionalist. 8 Psychologist Alan.