The 1st grade plant museum

Wallach, Christine; Callahan, Susan
November 1994
Educational Leadership;Nov94, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p32
Discusses the designing of user-friendly exhibits for a community-based project by first graders at the New City Schools in Saint Louis, Missouri using Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. How the idea for a plant museum was introduced to children; Talents displayed by children in designing interactive exhibits.


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