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Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement

Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement - 99 edition

Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement - 99 edition

ISBN13: 9780871203601

ISBN10: 087120360X

Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement by Linda Campbell and Bruce Campbell - ISBN 9780871203601
Edition: 99
Copyright: 1999
Publisher: Assoc. for Supervision & Curriculum Development
Published: 1999
International: No
Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement by Linda Campbell and Bruce Campbell - ISBN 9780871203601

ISBN13: 9780871203601

ISBN10: 087120360X

Edition: 99

Summary

Finally, a book about multiple intelligences (MI) theory that answers the questions that all educational innovations must ultimately address: ''What are the results on student achievement?'' ''How were those results achieved?'' This book describes six schools that have used MI theory for five or more years. Through case studies of two elementary, two middle-level, and two high schools, Linda and Bruce Campbell illustrate why markedly different schools large and small, rich and poor, inner-city and suburban looked to MI when they wanted to boost student learning.

Author Bio

Campbell. Linda : Antioch University

Linda Campbell is Professor of Education and Director of the Center for Community and Professional Learning at Antioch University Seattle.


Campbell, Bruce : Marysville School District

Bruce Campbell is a Teacher and Staff Development Specialist for the Marysville School District in Washington State. The Campbells coauthored the bestseller Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences, published by Allyn and Bacon; the Facilitator's Guides for ASCD's Multiple Intelligences Video Series; and numerous articles, chapters, and books on improving student learning. They may be contacted at 17410 Marine Dr., Stanwood, WA 98292. Fax: 360-652-9503. E-mail (Linda Campbell): lindacam@premier1.net. E-mail (Bruce Campbell): bc122@yahoo.com.



Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction


1: Why MI?
2: Elementary Schools, MI, and Student Achievement

Russell Elementary School in Lexington, Kentucky
EXPO for Excellence Elementary Magnet School in St. Paul, Minnesota

3: Middle-Level Schools, MI, and Student Achievement

Skyview Junior High School in Bothell, Washington
Key Learning Community in Indianapolis, Indiana

4: High Schools, MI, and Student Achievement

Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington
Lincoln High School in Stockton, California

5: Lessons Learned from MI School Programs


References
Contact Information and Visitation Policies for the Six MI Schools
Index
About the Authors

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