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Essay heading: 1. Explain the theory of multiple intelligences and examine its implications for schooling. (E.g. classroom practice, curriculum provision and assessment).
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(Gardner; 1993; p.23) This was commonly referred to as associationism and governed the way of education and learning prior to Gardner's research. It was also during the early twentieth century that theorist Alfred Binet was constructing the first theory of a relationship between education and intelligence...
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It was also during the early twentieth century that theorist Alfred Binet was constructing the first theory of a relationship between education and intelligence. Binet's research was set to discover children in ordinary schools who weren't performing successfully academically and planned to move them to specialised learning schools...
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