Thuyết trí thông minh Đa dạng là của người Do Thái =.=
trong não người Do Thái có chứa gì , mà cái gì họ cũng có thể nghĩ ra nhỉ
Ellen and Howard’s professional and marital success is probably due in part to the great many things they have in common. They both went to Harvard for undergraduate and graduate study and both worked with Roger Brown. Both had a strong interest in the arts and wanted to study how psychology could illuminate the arts. Both were taken with the work of Nelson Goodman, the founder of Project Zero, and Rudolf Arnheim, an inspiring mentor to both. They also shared a common heritage: Howard’s parents were Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany; Ellen’s father was a Jewish refugee from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. They were both eldest children (Howard had an older brother who died in a freak accident before Howard was born) and both had a younger sister. Both are inveterate readers and eager writers. They find the same things funny.
Howard Gardner was born on 1943 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. His parents were refugees who fled from Nürnberg in Germany in 1938 with their 3 year old son, Eric. Prior to Howard’s birth, Eric was killed in a sleighing accident. Gardner was a good student who greatly enjoyed playing the piano. In fact, he became an accomplished pianist as a child and considered becoming a professional pianist. As Howard discovered his family’s “secret history” (and Jewish identity), he began to realize that he was both different from his parents and peers. Howard went to a nearby preparatory school nearby in Kingston, Pennsylvania. From there Howard went to Harvard University to study history in readiness for a career in the law. However, he was lucky enough to have Erik Erikson as a tutor. Howard’s interest in psychology and social sciences grew. He entered Harvard’s doctoral program in 1996, and in the following year became part of the Project Zero research team on arts education. Project Zero provided an environment in which Howard Gardner could begin to explore his interest in human cognition. Gardner is married to Ellen Winner. He was divorced from the well-respected developmental psychologist, educator, and author Judith (Krieger) Gardner, who passed away in 1994. Gardner has four children.
Howard Gardner is currently the John H. and Elizabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He also holds the position of Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Harvard University and Senior Director of Harvard Project Zero
Thay đổi nội dung bởi SoiDaChetChoc; 26-01-2012 lúc 09:56.