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June 2020

Multiple Intelligences – Howard Gardner’s point of view

A young girl sitting in front of a teacher, answering questions related to general knowledge & vocabulary; answering questions applying her arithmetic skills she learned so far; answering questions employing her ability to comprehend similarities & differences between the two elements; & finally undertaking certain tasks like solving a puzzle or re-arranging pictures to make complete sense, is actually attempting a typical intelligence test. Once the test is over, the… Read More »Multiple Intelligences – Howard Gardner’s point of view

Raising An Innovative Child

How do you raise an innovative child? Steve Jobs would continually be asked how a person becomes innovate, even offering great sums of money for the education. But the question amused him for one primary reason. Because It’s like asking Michael Jordon how do I “play like Mike”? It’s not possible primarily for two reasons. First, that’s Michael Jordon and Second, because his skills started before his desire to be… Read More »Raising An Innovative Child