A Meeting of the Minds: The First Multiple Intelligences Library

School Library Journal
A school library in St. Louis, Missouri, boasts something unique: It's the only known library whose design is based on Multiple Intelligences theory — a groundbreaking concept of intellect conceived by psychologist Howard Gardner and widely embraced by educators. Multiple Intelligences (MI) theory recognizes eight different kinds of human intellect, not just those that lead to high IQ scores.

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