Multiple Intelligences, Blended Learning and the English Teacher

Chakraborty, Prasanta
October 2010
Language in India;Oct2010, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p546
Academic Journal
Taare Zameen Par is a stimulation to handle multiple intelligences in a classroom. In 1983, Dr. Howard Gardner proposed eight different intelligences asking the teaching community to take into account all the varieties of intelligences to assess the potential in the students.


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