New kinds of smart: How the science of learnable intelligence is changing education
Source:Expanding educational horizons, McGraw-Hill/Open University Press, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England ; New York, NY, p.215 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LB1060 .L83 2010
Keywords:Education--Aims and objectives, Education--Aims and objectives--History--21st century, Intellect, Intellect--History--21st century, learning
"20th Century schools presumed that students' intelligence was largely fixed. 21st Century science says that intelligence is expandable--and in a variety of ways. New Kinds of Smart argues that this shift in the way we think about young minds opens up hitherto unexplored possibilities for education."