Multiple intelligences

Periodical Databases

To search for journal articles, try these periodical databases.
They are listed with a few suggested descriptors or subject headings:

ERIC (Ebsco interface)
Descriptors: Multiple intelligences, Cognitive style, Cognitive processes

ProQuest Education Database
Subjects: Intelligence, Educational theory
Gardner, Howard

Thesaurus terms: Multiple intelligences, Cognitive Style, Emotional Intelligence, Learning Theory

Books in the General Stacks

A representative sample of works by Howard Gardner:
Frames of mind : the theory of multiple intelligences. 1983 BF 431 .G244 1983
The mind’s new science : a history of the cognitive revolution. 1985. BF311 .G339 1985
The unschooled mind : how children think and how schools should teach. 1991. LB1062 .G36 1991
Multiple intelligences : the theory in practice. 1993. LB1060 .G357 1993
Intelligence reframed : multiple intelligences for the 21st century. 1999. BF432.3 .G378 1999
Five minds for the future. 2006. BF432.3 .G365 2006

Works by other authors
Multiple intelligences reconsidered / Joe L. Kincheloe, editor. P. Lang, c2004. BF432.3 .M86 2004
Clayton M. Christensen, Michael B. Horn and Curtis W. Johnson. Disrupting class : how disruptive innovation will change the way the world learns 2008. LB1027 .C4662 2008

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Subject Headings
Multiple intellegences
Social intelligence.
Learning, Psychology of.
Creative ability in children

In addition to searching Gardner, Howard as an author try
Howard Gardner as a keyword


Multiple intelligences: developing intelligence for greater achievement. 1995. VHS 7277

How are kids smart?: multiple intelligences (M.I.) in the classroom. 1995. VHS 7008
How are kids smart?: multiple intelligences (M.I.) in the classroom. [Administrators’ version.] 1995. VHS 6383

Optimizing intelligences: thinking, emotion & creativity. 1998. VHS 6681

Howard Gardner on Multiple Intelligences (1997) -- video from Edutopia.

Project Zero, from the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University
Multiple Intelligences Research and Consulting, Inc. and its page of links.