Кирилова, Иванка
April 2015
Pedagogy (0861-3982);2015, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p502
Academic Journal
The current article considers the theory of multiple intelligences, designed by Howard Gardner. Special attention is paid to the naturalist intelligence, its essence, features and development. Different options about the development of naturalist intelligence in primary science education are suggested.


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