2012 • Volume 16 • Number 3
Discovering How Your Child Is Smart, continued
In This Issue: Gardner's Project Zero has enabled teachers to offer nontraditional and exciting experiences that match students' intelligences. These are ways of expressing intelligence, and the ability to use each one varies from person to person.
There is much in the news today of how adults are under increased pressure and stress due to the economy, fastchanging technology, and the demands of society. Kids feel stress, too, especially those in the middle grades.
Social cruelty starts at a very early age and usually peaks in the middle grades.
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