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Issue Theme: Multiple Intelligences
FROM THE EDITOR
ONE PERSON'S OPINION
"Multiple Intelligences" as a Catalyst
Multiple Intelligences in the English Class: An Overview
Minds of Their Own: Visualizers Compose
Promoting Active Learning and Collaborative Writing through a Marketing Project
Jacqueline N. Glasgow and Margie S. Bush
Transforming Texts: Intelligences in Action
Theresa Rogers, Cecily O'Neill, and Jenifer Jasinski
Meaning through Motion: Kinesthetic English
Excuse Me, You're Cramping My Style: Kinesthetics for the Classroom
Assessing Student Learning through Multiple Intelligences
Accommodating Multiple Intelligences in the English Classroom
Wendy E. Simeone
Access, Equity, and Intelligence: Another Look at Tracking
RAINBOW TEACHERS/RAINBOW STUDENTS
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THIS WORLD OF ENGLISH
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