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I’ve been examining how Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory has been applied in education. In the course of looking for answers I was struck by an issue more profound: instead of concerning ourselves with creating lesson plans that comply with an accurate interpretation of Gardner’s theory, we might do better to concern ourselves with strengthening our […]
Being envied is a solitary form of reassurance. It depends precisely upon not sharing your experience with those who envy you. You are observed with interest but you do not observe with interest—if you do, hospital you will become less enviable. (Berger, 1972, p. 133) Thanks to Eva for her response to my first ecolumn. […]
During MayDay Colloquium XX, check cialis sale held June of 2009 in Boston, buy cialis Hildegard Froehlich did this lovely wondering-out-loud-thing she does most beautifully. Thinking aloud with us during the opening session she pondered how she felt she was no longer able to refer to students as “mine” or as “her” students, or “my” […]
from Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 19/1-2, pp40-46 1991 I The Parable For the better part of the decade before I took my position at Memorial in 1981, I was engaged in Germany in the successful pursuit of a career as a tenor soloist. During those years I had the opportunity to work with […]
[During the Philosophy of Music Education Symposium III [PME III] in Los Angeles [May 28-31, 1997] a “dialog” was held between Edwin Gordon and Bennett Reimer and the remaining participants in the Symposium. Harold Fiske served as moderator. Five groups of questions were prepared by Fiske; these questions guided the course of the discussion. Listed […]