Multiple Intelligences Resources
located in the Curriculum Lab
YP 153.9 A738yo
Armstrong, Thomas. You're smarter than you think: a kid's guide to multiple intelligences. c2003.
P.R. 152.4 D725fo
Doty, Gwen. FOSTERING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN K-8 STUDENTS: SIMPLE STRATEGIES AND READY-TO-USE ACTIVITIES. c2001.
P.R. 370.15 G955ma
Guild, Pat Burke. Marching to different drummers. c1998.
P.R. 370.152 J39te
Jasmine, Julia. TEACHING WITH MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES. c1996.
P.R. 370.152 S587so
Silver, Harvey F. SO EACH MAY LEARN: INTEGRATING LEARNING STYLES AND MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES. c2000.
P.R. 370.1523 A738mu
Armstrong, Thomas. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES IN THE CLASSROOM. c2000.
P.R. 370.1523 M157mu
McKenzie, Walter. Multiple intelligences and instructional technology: a manual for every mind. c2002.
P.R. 370.1523 S816mu
Stefanakis, Evangeline Harris. Multiple intelligences and portfolios: a window into the learner's mind. c2002.
P.R. 370.1523 T258ra
Teele, Sue. RAINBOWS OF INTELLIGENCE: EXPLORING HOW STUDENTS LEARN. c2000.
P.R. 370.1523 W68mu K-4
Wilkens, Deirdre Korff. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES ACTIVITIES: GRADES K-4. c1996.
P.R. 370.153 B365mu
Beachner, Lynne. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND POSITIVE LIFE HABITS: 174 ACTIVITIES FOR APPLYING THEM IN YOUR CLASSROOM. c2001.
P.R. 370.153 T483bu
Thomsen, Kate. BUILDING RESILIENT STUDENTS: INTEGRATING RESILIENCY INTO WHAT YOU ALREADY KNOW AND DO. c2002.
P.R. 370.193 v.407
Hoerr, Thomas R. Implementing multiple intelligences : the New City School experience. Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, Fastback ; 407. c1996.
P.R. 370.193 v.448
Melton, Louisa. Improving K-8 reading using multiple intelligences. Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, Fastback, 488..c1999.
P.R. 370.973 G618fi
Goldberg, Mark F. 15 school questions and discussion: from class size, standards, and school safety to leadership and more. c2002.
P.R. 371.33 M157st
McKenzie, Walter. Standards-based lessons for tech-savvy students: a multiple intelligences approach.Extensive research, theory and discussion provide the basis for theme-based units that will inspire, encourage and support learning across the curriculum. c2004.
P.R. 372.21 B812de
Brady, Martha. Dear teacher: 1001 teachable moments for K-3 classrooms.c2004.
P.R. 372.21 D781ea
Driscoll, Amy. Early childhood education, birth-8: the world of children, families, and educators. c2002.
P.R. 372.21 S334da
Schiller, Pamela Byrne. The complete daily curriculum for early childhood: over 1,200 easy activities to support multiple intelligences and learning styles. c2002.
P.R. 372.642 T857st
Trostle-Brand, Susan Louise. STORYTELLING IN EMERGENT LITERACY: FOSTERING MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES. c2001.
P.R. 372.83 G545ca
Glandon, Shan. CALDECOTT CONNECTIONS TO SOCIAL STUDIES..c2000.
VCR 370.152 T258ra
Rainbows of intelligence: exploring how students learn. [videorecording] (32 min.) + 1 book. Corwin Press, Inc., c2000. Uses classroom illustrations to highlight multiple intelligences as a powerful way of improving instruction and student learning as well as meeting higher standards.
Created by Donna Wallach, October 2005