Tuesday, October 7, 2008

School Valued Intelligences

Many of us know that there are school-valued intelligences. A child who exhibits a primary learning preference for linguistic or logical/mathematical type activities, tends to do well in school. But does this play a role in how a child views his or her overall intelligence? How does a child who is a natural learner or a tactile learner, who does not seem to fit inside this box we call school, estimate her or his intelligence? I invite you to join me in this discussion.


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