Turning education on it's head…?

Turning education on it's head…?

Howard Gardner first proposed his Multiple Intelligence Theory back in 1983. The theory, which originally proposed seven different ‘types’ of intelligence has remained popular without ever really flourishing in any practical sense. Well, that may be about...
What's your frame of mind?

What's your frame of mind?

Early cognitive development work by Galton, Spearman, and Thurston suggested that at any one time, a child’s knowledge is bound as a single structured whole. Intelligence in this context is a single, inherited entity, easily measured by IQ tests and other...
Intelligence

Intelligence

In the 1880’s, Galton believed that any task or test that a person undertook was influenced by a general ability – their intelligence . He was the first to begin using psychometric testing to measure intelligence. Research by Spearman in 1903, and 1927 led...