Table of Contents

Title Page.................................................................................................................................................•
Publication Information.........................................................................................................................•
Acknowledgements.............................................................................................................................. •
Dedication.............................................................................................................................................. •
Preface: A Magical Transformation by Clyde Coreil........................................................................•
Foreword by Carmen Ferrandiz and Lola Prieto................................................................................•
Introduction by Ansley LaMar...........................................................................................................•


How to Teach for Understanding: Challenges and Opportunities.................................................•
     by Howard Gardner

Music, Imagery and Performance in First Year Writing...................................................................•
     by Christine Lilian Turczyn

Caritas in the Classroom: Strategies for Unearthing the Genius in Our Students........................•
     by John D. Lawry

Statistics, Groans and Multiple Intelligences....................................................................................•
     by Susan M. Perlis

Reading Aloud: A Compelling Path to Affective and Cognitive Growth......................................•
     by Cynthia M. Morawski and Jenelle N. Gilbert

Using Small Groups and Research Projects to Teach Science........................................................•
     by Janice Marchut Conrad and Peter L. Conrad

Linking the World Mosaic or “Beethoven’s Hairy Arms”..............................................................•
     by Ninah Beliavsky

Collaboration, Constructivism and MI: Close Allies in the History Classroom...........................•
     by Gerald Carpenter

Using Feature Films in the Psychology Curriculum.........................................................................•
     by Cheryl Bluestone

Building Bridges in the Classroom: Memoir, Community, and Power...........................................•
     by Edvige Giunta

Gender Communication behind Bars: Non-Traditional Classrooms and Teaching.....................•
     by John Kerwin and Roberta Davidson

What’s Good for the Goose:
Using K-12 Pedagogy to Teach Post-Secondary Learners............................................................•
     by Cathy Griffin Mussington

The Art of Groupwork: Honoring Multiple Intelligences in the College Classroom..................•
     by Patrick K. Freer and Christina Craig

Hip-Hop Culture Meets the Writing Classroom..............................................................................•
     by Jon A. Yasin

Thinking about Thinking: A Dynamic Key to Learning.................................................................•
     by Kathleen M. Pearle

Skills, Visions, or Visionaries with Excellent Skills..........................................................................•
     by Deborah Eldridge and Heidi Upton

Using Multiple Intelligences to Broaden Teaching Methods......................................................•
     by Dina Rosen

An Informal Overview of MI Theory in Teacher Training............................................................•
     by Kathleen Gorman-Carter, Dian D. Dudderar, and Pamela A. Atchison

Understanding Diversity through Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Intelligences....................•
     by Holly Seplocha and Janis Strasser

Van Gogh, Chopin and Bates:
Using Images, Music and Creative Drama as Catalysts in the Writing Process.......................•
     by Constance Sica

Using “Interpretive Paraphrase” and “A Companion Audience”
to Clarify Student Prose.....................................................................................................................•
     by Charles H. Lynch

“My Body Will Remember Even If My Mind Doesn’t”: A New Approach to Evaluation.....•
     by Alison Cook-Sather, Alice Lesnick and Jody Cohen

The Missing Link: Applying MI Theory to Assessment Strategies..........................................•
     by Fred Savitz

Freirean Pedagogy, Social Consciousness, and Basic Writing..................................................•
     by Patricia R. Reynolds and Penny Burrall

Distance Learning, Reflective Practice, and the Urban University............................................•
     by Cordelia R. Twomey and Christopher Shamburg

Stealth Verbing: Multiple Intelligences in Language Learning..................................................•
     by Donna Farina

Depth in Music History via Technology......................................................................................•
     by Yoon-il Auh

State of Nature: A Computer Game Yet to Be Built.....................................................................•
     by Clifford E. Landers

Unleashing Creative Competence.................................................................................................•
     by Kathleen Gaffney

A Road Not Taken..........................................................................................................................•
     by Joseph Drew