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Click on the image to play the video with Howard Gardner

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Multiple intelligences

By multiplying inputs and activities, we get students to use their different “intelligences”, as Prof. Howard Gardner would put it.

We work student’s linguistic skills by exposing them to written and to spoken words.

We work their logic in the activities. We work their intersersonal intelligence when they watch people interact in the videos.

Some of the videos, texts and activities work spacial skills, and we even address existential intelligence in several texts and videos.