The ASCD releases a publication through the Multiple Intelligences Network on a periodic basis that serves as an excellent resource for MI enthusiasts. Readers are kept up to date on new developments in MI, MI research, uses of MI in the classroom, and even the occasional guest post from Howard Gardner. If interested, contact editor Tom Hoerr at email@example.com or trhoerr@AOL.com.
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French junior high school teacher Lucas Gruez reached out to my offices in November of 2015. He is an educator and MI trainer for the French Ministry of Education. In this capacity, he helps colleagues to develop projects using the principles of MI. In his words, MI is very useful for ‘model thinking’ to design pedagogical projects and to teach students that they can be smart in different ways.
To better share this information with his students and colleagues, he curates a site dedicated to education topics including MI. On this site, you can find a plethora of articles relating to MI and even some MI Oasis blog posts, too. I recommend following his posts, especially to stay up to date on MI work being done in France.