Multiple Intelligence Theory Links for Educators -- lots of good links.

Multiple Intelligences Theory Explained -- clear, brief explanation.

The Key School -- an article about a school in Indianapolis, IN that employs MI theory throughout the school.

Some Good Books and Articles

Armstrong, T. 1993. 7 Kinds of Smart: Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences. Plume.

Armstrong, T. 1994. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom. ACSD.

Campbell, L. 1996. Teaching and Learning through Multiple Intelligence. Allyn & Bacon.

Campbell, L. & Campbell, B. 1999. Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement: Success Stories from Six Schools. ASCD.

Flick, L. & Lederman, N. 2003. Popular Theories - Unpopular Research. School Science and Mathematics, 103(3): 117.

Gardner, H. 1983. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Basic Books.

Gardner, H. 1993. Multiple Intelligence Theory: The Theory in Practice. Basic Books.

Lazear, D. 1991. Seven Ways of Knowing -- Teaching for Multiple Intelligence: A Handbook of Techniques for Expanding Intelligence. IRI/Skylight Training and Publishing.

Lazear, D. 1991. Seven Ways of Teaching -- The Artistry of Teaching with Multiple Intelligences. Skylight.

Rubado, K. 2002. Empowering Students through Multiple Intelligences. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 10(4): 233.


How Are Kids Smart? Multiple Intelligence (MI) in the Classroom, 1995, National Professional Resources.


McCoog, I. 2010. The Existential Learner. The Clearing House. 83: 126-128.

McKethan, R., Rabinowitz, E., & Kernodle, M. 2010. Multiple Intelligences in Virtual and Traditional Skill Learning Instruction. Physical Educator, 67.3: 156.

Liu, P. 2009. Integrating Thinking, Art, and Language. International Education. 39.1: 6.

Schrand, T. 2008. Tapping into Active Learning and Multiple Intelligences with Interactive Media. College Teaching. 56.2: 78

Skoning, S. 2010. Dancing the Curriculum. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 46.4: 170.