Monthly Archives: February 2013

Hacking Your Education is Better Than Not Learning

In response to: “Education is the Work of Teachers, Not Hackers” (The New Republic) This sounds like the typical snobbery of a humanities devotee. Yes, humanities are worthwhile. But if we have a resource crunch and a money crunch, wouldn’t

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Bringing Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Into the 21st Century

Recently, as part of his lecture series at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Howard Gardner gave an overview of his lauded Multiple Intelligences theory and discussed some possible applications of his ideas in the field of Education. I went with

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