Rainbows of Intelligence: Exploring How Students Learn

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SAGE Publications, Apr 15, 2000 - Education - 184 pages
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Foreword by Thomas Armstrong

Rainbows of Intelligence explores the range of students' intelligence and learning potential through the metaphor of rainbows and colors. The book includes a variety of lesson plans.

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Recent Research on the Brain
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The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
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Sue Teele, PhD is the author of several books, including The Multiple Intelligences School: A Place for All Students to Succeed, and a spatial inventory, The Teele Inventory for Multiple Intelligences. She is the Director of Education Extension at the University of California, Riverside, where she administers over 20 different programs for 8,000 to 10,000 educators a year. She created the first and only certificate in the study of multiple intelligences in the world. She is also the director of the Renaissance Project, a research study that examines the theory of multiple intelligences and its impact in the educational setting.

 

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