Professors: IQ doesn't measure all forms of intelligence

04/17/2009 | Edutopia magazine · Edutopia magazine

Students who struggle with academics may be gifted in another of the eight "multiple intelligences" proposed 26 years ago by Howard Gardner of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Gardner says his theory can be used to better individualize education to help students cultivate their strengths and improve weaknesses.

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