Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Multiple intelligences; Gifted children--Education;
This article, to be submitted to the national journal, Gifted Child Today, explores how Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory (MI) specifically affects the development and delivery of gifted education. Included are discussions of the definitions on MI and giftedness programming and how each approach identification, curriculum and instruction. Three popular gifted education models are viewed through the lens of MI are Autonomous Learner Model (ALM), Talent Identification and Development in Education (TIDE) and Three Ring Conception of Giftedness.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1 PDF file (vi, 48 pages)
©2001 Cynthia Fell
Fell, Cynthia, "Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligence and the implications for gifted education" (2001). Graduate Research Papers. 604.