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I completely agree that tests do not measure children’s most important strengths. Students often come to believe that their intelligence and self-worth equate to their grades, externalizing the rewards of learning and reducing them to the letters A, B, C, D or F. The Fallacy of Good Grades (written by Marilyn Price-Mitchell, Ph.D.) is a […]

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Do you enjoy telling and hearing stories? Do you like to write? Are you sensitive to the musical qualities and rhythms of words? Do you enjoy saying, hearing or seeing words? If these questions describe you (or your child), it means that linguistic intelligence is one of the primary ways you learn and understand the […]

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