Curriculum Vitae

Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 548
Cloverdale, CA 95425
707-894-4646 (phone)
707-328-2659 (cell)
707-894-4474 (fax)
thomas@institute4learning.com  (e-mail)
www.institute4learning.com   (web site)

Education

  • 1987  Ph.D    California Institute of Integral Studies,  San Francisco, CA; East-West Psychology
  • 1976, M.Ed.  Lesley Graduate School, Cambridge, MA;  Special Education
  • 1975  B.A.     University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA; Elementary Education
  • 1968-1971    Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota

Work Experience 

  • 2016 –             Faculty Associate, LaFetra College of Education, University of   La  Verne, La Verne, CA
  • 2013 –             Executive Director, American Institute for Learning and Human Development
  • 1986-              Author, Keynote Speaker, Workshop Leader, Trainer
  • 1981-1987 –  Adjunct Professor, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, California Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Menlo Park, CA,  Rosebridge Institute, Walnut Creek, CA, Antioch University,   San Francisco, CA, and  JFK University, Orinda, CA.
  • 1978-1981 –  Learning Disabilities Specialist, Mt. Diablo Unified School District, Concord, CA
  • 1976-1978 – Learning Disabilities Specialist, Montreal Catholic School Commission, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Honors and Awards

  • Member, Board of Governors, Academy of Education Arts and Sciences International, 2013 – present.
  • Visionary Award, Berkshire Hills Music Academy, 2013.
  • Selected as a ‘’Global Hero in Education’’ by Microsoft Vice President, Worldwide Education, Anthony Salcito, 2012.
  • Golden Ribbon Book Award 2011 Writers’ Association, Illustrators’ Club, and the Czech section of International Board on Books for Young People, for Czech translation of You’re Smarter Than You Think.
  • The Special Educational Needs Academic Book Award, 2006, sponsored by the Times Educational Supplement and the National Association of Special Educational Needs (UK), Critical New Perspectives on ADHD (contributed chapter).
  • Finalist for the 2004 Association of Educational Publishers Golden Lamp Award, for You’re Smarter Than You Think
  • “Distinguished Achievement Award, ” National Association of Secondary School Principals; The Educational Press Association of America] for Family Circle back-to-school section, to which I contributed an article, 1993.
  • Honorable Mention for Outstanding Education Reporting in Supplement Category” Benjamin Fine Award for Family Circle back-to-school section, to which I contributed an article, 1993.
  • Child Magazine “Book Award for Excellence in Family Issues, honorable mention, for my book Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius, 1988.

Publication History

  1. Multiple Intelligences in the  Classroom, 4th Edition.  Alexandria,VA:  ASCD, 2018.
  2. Inteligencias Múltiples en el Aula:  Guía Práctica Para Educadores, 2nd ed.  [Spanish Translation].  Barcelona, Spain: Paidos Educacion, 2017.
  3. Neurodiversity in the Classroom [Turkish Translation], Istanbul, Turkey:  Tuzdev, 2017.
  4. ”10 Tips for a Smooth School Year for Students with ADHD,” Education Week Teacher, August 20, 2017
  5. The Myth of the A.D.H.D. Child: 101 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Behavior and Attention Span without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion (rev. and expanded edition).  New York:  Tarcher/Perigee, 2017.
  6. ‘’The healing balm of nature: Understanding and supporting the naturalist intelligence in individuals diagnosed with ASD: Comment on: “Implications of the idea of neurodiversity for understanding the origins of developmental disorders” by Nobuo Masataka,’’ Physics of Life Reviews, available online January 12, 2017; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plrev.2017.01.012.
  7. ”Neurodiversity: The Future of Special Education?”  Educational Leadership, April, 2017, Vol. 74, No. 7, pp. 10-16.
  8. ‘’5 Ways to Use Student Choice to Improve Learning,’’ Education Week Teacher, January 17, 2017.
  9. ‘’’Brain Friendly’ Practices for Adolescent Success,’’ (print title); ‘’Neuroscience Should Inform School Policies,’’ (online title); Education Week, vol. 36(8), October 12, 2016, pp. 24, 28.
  10. You’re Smarter Than You Think, [Russian Translation], Moscow, Russia: Mann, Ivanov, and Ferber, 2016.
  11. The Power of the Adolescent Brain: Strategies for Teaching Middle and High School, Alexandria, VA:  ASCD, 2016.
  12. You’re Smarter Than You Think, 2nd Ed. [Complex Chinese translation]. Taipei, Taiwan, 2015.
  13. Neurodiversidad en el Salón de Clases [Spanish translation of Neurodiversity in the Classroom], Lima, Peru: Cerebrum, 2015.
  14. You’re Smarter Than You Think [English Edition in South Asia]. Delhi, India: Jaico Publishing House, 2015.
  15. ”The Myth of the Normal Brain: Embracing Neurodiversity,” The AMA Journal of Ethics, April, 2015, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 348-352.
  16. The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing [Indonesian translation], Jakarta, Indonesia: PT Indeks, 2014.
  17. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 3rd ed. [Korean translation]. Seoul, Korea: Hakjisa Publisher Inc. 2014.
  18. You’re Smarter Than You Think: A Kid’s Guide to Multiple Intelligences. Revised and Updated.  Minneapolis, MN:  Free Spirit Publishing, 2014.
  19. The Power of Neurodiversity [Japanese translation]. NHK Publishing Inc., Tokyo: Japan, 2013.
  20. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom (3rd ed). [Indonesian translation], Jakarta, Indonesia:  PT Indeks, 2013.
  21. ‘’Cracker-Barrel Writing,’’ in Patrick Farenga and Carlo Ricci (eds.), The Legacy of John Holt: A Man Who Genuinely Understood, Trusted, and Respected Children.  Medford, MA:   HoltGWS, 2013.
  22. You’re Smarter Than You Think [Second Korean translation]. Seoul, Miraebook Publishing Co., 2013.
  23. ‘’7 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Special-Needs Students,” Education Week Teacher, April 9, 2013.  [Reprinted in TechEdge, November, 2013, Vol. 34. No. 4, pp. 16-17].
  24. The New Diversity in Education, Education Week, February 6, 2013, Vol. 32, No. 20, pp. 28-29.
  25. “First, Discover Their Strengths,” Educational Leadership, October, 2012, Vol. 70, No. 2, pp. 10-16.
  26. The Human Odyssey [Turkish translation], Istanbul, Turkey: Kuraldisi Yayinlar, 2012.
  27. “Neurodiversity: More Than Just a Good Notion,” in Robert Sylwester and David Moursund (eds), Creating an Appropriate 21st Century Education,Eugene, Oregon, Information Age Education, 2012.
  28. The Human Odyssey [Portuguese translation] Porto Alegre, Brazil, Artmed, 2011.
  29. The Power of Neurodiversity: Unleashing the Advantages of Your Differently Wired Brain.  [paperback edition of Neurodiversity].  Cambridge, MA:  DaCapo/Perseus Publishing Group, 2011.
  30. The Best Schools, [Simplified Chinese translation] , Beijing, China: Capital Normal University Press, 2011.
  31. Neurodiversity: Discovering the Extraordinary Gifts of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and Other Brain Differences, Cambridge, MA:  DaCapo/Perseus Publishing Group, 2010.
  32. ‘’Teaching Strategies for Naturalist Intelligence,’’ ‘’Teaching Strategies for Intrapersonal Intelligence,’ and ‘’Teaching Strategies for Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence,’’ in Marge Scherer (ed.), Keeping the Whole Child Healthy and Safe: Reflections on Best Practices in Learning, Teaching, and Leadership (pp. 255-270), Alexandria, VA:  ASCD, 2010.
  33. “When Cultures Connect: MI Theory as a Successful Cultural Export to Other Countries,” in Howard Gardner, Jie-Qi Chen, and Seanna Moran (eds.), Multiple Intelligences Around the World, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2009.
  34. 7 Kinds of Smart [Polish translation]. Warsaw:  MT Biznes, 2009.
  35. You’re Smarter Than You Think [Vietnamese translation]. Hanoi, Vietnam:  Alpha Books, 2009.
  36. You’re Smarter Than You Think [Portuguese translation), Alfragide, Portugal: Sebenta Editora, 2008.
  37. “Entrevista” (Interview) with Thomas Armstrong, Patio: Educacao Infantil [Brazil], November 2008/February 2009, p. 18-20.
  38. “Kindergarten is the New High School,” in Green Money Journal, Winter, 2008-2009, Vol. 17, issue 2, no. 70, p. 9.
  39. The Best Schools [Arabic Translation].  Damascus, Syria:  Arab Center for Arabization, Translation, Authorship, & Publication, 2008. 
  40. The Best Schools [Complex Chinese translation]. Teipei, Taiwan:  Psychological Publishing Company, 2008. 
  41. You’re Smarter Than You Think: A Kid’s Guide to Multiple Intelligences [Korean translation], Seoul, Korea: Bumwoosa Publishing, , 2008. 
  42. The Human Odyssey: Navigating the Twelve Stages of Life [Paperback Edition]. New York: Sterling, 2008.
  43. Review of David Elkind’s “The Power of Play: How Spontaneous Imaginative Activities Lead to Happier, Healthier Children,” in The American Journal of Play, 1(1), Summer 2008, pp. 126-127.
  44. The Human Odyssey: Navigating the Twelve Stages of Life. [Hardcover Edition] New York:  Sterling, 2007.
  45. You’re Smarter Than You Think [Complex Chinese characters translation, Taiwan). Parenting Source Press, Taipei, Taiwan, 2007.
  46. 7 Kinds of Smart [Vietnamese translation]. Hanoi, Vietnam:  Alpha Books, 2007.
  47. ”The Curriculum Superhighway,” Educational Leadership, May, 2007, vol. 64, no. 8, pp. 16-20.
  48. The Best Schools: How Human Development Research Should Inform Educational Practice.  Alexandria, VA:  Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2006.
  49. Visestruke Inteligencije U Razredu, [Croatian translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd ed.]. Zagreb, Croatia: 2006.
  50. You’re Smarter Than You Think: A Kid’s Guide to Multiple Intelligences [Hebrew translation], Dani Books Ltd. 2006.
  51. ”The Myth of ADD,” Pathways to Family Wellness, Sept/Oct. 2006, no. 11, pp. 4-8.
  52. Inteligencias múltiples en al aula: Guía práctica para educadores, [Spanish translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd ed.), Barcelona, Spain:  Paidós, 2006.
  53. Membangkitan Kejeniusan Di Dalam Kelas [Indonesian translation of Awakening Genius in the Classroom), Batam  Centre, Indonesia:  Interaksara, 2006.
  54. ”Multiple Intelligences,” in Sheryl Feinstein (ed.). The Praeger Handbook of Learning and the Brain Vol. 2.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2006, pp. 321-326.
  55. Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius [Indonesian translation]. Jakarta, Indonesia: Binarupa Aksara Publishers, 2006.
  56. ”Canaries in the Coal Mine: The Symptoms of Children Labeled ’ADHD’ as Biocultural Feedback,” in Gwynedd Lloyd, Joan Stead, and David Cohen (eds.) Critical New Perspectives on ADHD (pp. 34-44), London: Routledge, 2006. [book was winner of the The Special Educational Needs Academic Book Award, 2006, sponsored by the Times Educational Supplement and the National Association of Special Educational Needs (UK)].
  57. You’re Smarter Than You Think [Thai translation] Bangkok, Thailand: Plan for Kids Co., Ltd., 2006.
  58. ”Mange Intelligenser og Anderkendende Relationer i Klassevaerelset,” (with René Kristensen), in René Kristensen (ed.), Fantastiske Forbindelser: Relationer i Undervisning og laeringssamvaer (pp. 151-167).  Frederikshavn, Denmark:  Dafolo A/S, 2006.
  59. “Special Education and the Concept of Neurodiversity,” New Horizons for Learning, Johns Hopkins School of Education, Fall, 2005, Vol. XI, no. 3.
  60. Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius (Complex Chinese Characters translation), Taipei, Taiwan:  Foretech Science Education Service Co. Ltd., 2006..
  61. “Todos Aprendemos de Ocho Maneras Distintas”. Entrevista a Thomas Armstrong,” El Educador: La revista de educacion. (Lima, Peru).  December, 2005, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 22-27.
  62. Klárari en Pú Heldur (You’re Smarter Than You Think). Reykjavík, Iceland: The National Centre for Educational Materials (Námsgagnastofnun), 2005.
  63. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd ed. [Chinese – simplified characters] Beijing PRC: China Light Industry Press, 2005.
  64. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd ed. [Arabic translation] Al Khobar, Saubia Arabia:  Educational Book House and Dhahran Ahliyya Schools, 2005.
  65. Las & Skriv Med Alla Intelligenserna (Swedish translation of The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing), Jonkoping, Sweden: Brain Books, 2005.
  66. Mange Intelligenser I Lesing Og Skriving (Norwegian translation of The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing), Oslo, Norway: Abstrakt Forlag, 2005.
  67. Pametniji si Nego što Misliš [Serbian Translation of You’re Smarter Than You Think).  Beograd, Yugoslavia: Kreativni Centar, 2004.
  68. “Making the Words Roar: The Multiple Intelligences of Reading,” Educational Leadership, March, 2004.
  69. “Dumb and Dumber: The Concept of Learning Disabilities,” Paths of Learning, January, 2004.
  70. “De Mange Intelligenser – i Klassevaerelset,” S.- Praktisk Sprogs, No. 7, October, 2004.
  71. “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children: One Consequence of the Rise of Technologies and the Demise of Play?” in Sharna Olfman (ed.), All Work and No Play:  How Educational Reforms Are Harming Our Preschoolers.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2003.
  72. l Mange Intelligenser I Klasserommet (Norwegian translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom),  Oslo, Norway:  Abstrakt Forlag, 2003.
  73. Seven Kinds of Smart: Menemukan dan Meningkatkan Kecerdasan Anda Berdasarkan Teori Multiple Intelligence.  [Indonesian translation of 7 Kind of Smart, rev. ed.].  Jakarta, Indonesia:  Penerbit PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2002.
  74. Sentiap Anak Cerdas!: Panduan Membantu Anak Belajar Dengan Memanfaatkan Multiple Intelligence-Nya. [Indonesian translation of In Their Own Way, rev. ed.].   Jakarta, Indonesia:  Penerbit PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2002.
  75. [Chinese translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd ed]. Taipei, Taiwan:  Yuan-Liou Publishing Co. Ltd., 2003.
  76. 7 Tipos de Inteligência: Identifique e desenvolva suas múltiplas inteligências. [Portuguese translation of 7 Kinds of Smart]. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:  Distribuidora Record de Servicos de imprensa, S.A., 2003.
  77. Fjolgreinidir I skolastofunni. [Icelandic translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd]   Reykjavik, Iceland:  JPB UTGAFA, 2001.
  78. The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing: Making the Words Come Alive.  Alexandria, VA:  Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2003.
  79. You’re Smarter Than You Think: A Kids’ Guide to Multiple Intelligences.  Minneapolis, MN:  Free Spirit Publishing, 2003.
  80. [Chinese translation of The Myth of the A.D.D. Child]. Taipei: Taiwan:  New Inspiring Publishing Co., 2002.
  81. “Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom,” International Conference on Pushing Foward the National Education and Improving Student’s Quality: Research on the Development and Assessment of Multiple Intelligences,” Beijing, China: Beijing Institute of Education, 2002.
  82. Sekolah Para Juara: Menerapkan Multiple Intelligences di Dunia Pendidikan. (Indonesian translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd)  Bandung, Indonesia:  Diterbitkan oleh Penerbit Kaifa, 2002.
  83. 7 Clases de Inteligencia: Identifique y desarrolle sus inteligencias multiples (Spanish translation of 7 Kinds of Smart).  Mexico City: Mexico, Editorial Diana, 2002.
  84. “Ponto de Vista: Transtorno de Déficit de Atenção/Hiperatividade (THAH)” Pátio Revista Pedagogica, [Brazil], Novembro 2002/Janeiro 2003, Ano VI, No. 24, pp. 46-47.
  85. Klog På Mange Måder: Sådan Udvikler Du Dine Mange Intelligenser (Danish translation of 7 Kinds of Smart).  Humelbæk, Denmark: Adlandia, 2002. 
  86. Das Marchen vom ADHS-Kind: 50 sanfte Moglichkeiten, das Verhalten Ihres Kindes zu verbessern – ohne Zwang und ohne Parhmaka (German translation of The Myth of the A.D.D. Child).  Paderborn Germany:  Junfermann, 2002.
  87. “The Twelve Assets That Traditionally-Excluded Kids Can Contribute to Regular Classrooms,” Inclusion Times, September/October, 2002, 10(1): 1-2.
  88. [Chinese translation of 7 Kinds of Smart, Rev. ed.]. Guangzhou, China:  Guangdong Press, 2002.
  89. [Japanese translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd]. Tokyo, Japan: Shogakukan, Inc., 2002. 
  90. Déficit d’attention et hyperactivité: Stratégies pour intervenir autrement en classe.  [French translation of ADD/ADHD Alternatives in the Classroom]. Montreal, Quebec, Canada:  Chenelière/McGraw-Hill, 2002.
  91. “ADD: Does it Really Exist?” in Mary Ann Byrnes (ed.). Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Special Education.  Guilford, CT:  McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2002, pp. 303-309.
  92. Síndrome de Déficit de Atención con o sin Hiperactividad ADD/ADHD Estrategias en el aula. [Spanish translation of ADD/ADHD Alternatives in the Classroom].  Editorial Paidós SAICF:  Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2001.
  93. [Chinese translation of 7 Kinds of Smart, Rev. Ed. ]. Taipei, Taiwan, Yuan-Liou Publishing Co., Ltd. 2001.
  94. Inteligencias múltiples: Cómo descubrirlas y estimularlas en sus hijos (Spanish translation of In Their Own Way, 2nd), Grupo Editorial Norma: Bogata, Columbia, 2001.
  95. “IKSWAL: Interesting Kids Saddled with Alienating Labels,” Educational Leadership, November, 2001, 59(3): 38-41.
  96. [Russian translation of In Their Own Way (rev. ed.)]. Kharkov, Ukraine:  Family Leisure Book Club, 2001.
  97. [Thai translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom]. Bangkok, Thailand:  Thai Ministry of Education, 2001.
  98. “Foreword” to Ric Stuecker with Suze Rutheford, Reviving the Wonder: 76 Activities That Touch the Inner Spirit of Youth, Champaign, IL:  Research Press, 2001.
  99. “Biology and ADHD: Differences vs. Disorders,” [Letter to the Editor].  Education Week, May 30, 2001, 36.
  100. Inteligencias Muliplas Na Sala De Aula (Portuguese translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd). Porto Alegre, Brazil:  ArtMed Editora, 2001.
  101. Prebudite genija v svojem otroku: Spodbujanje radovednosti, ustvarjalnosti in učnih sposobnosti (Slovenian translation of Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius: Enhancing Curiosity, Creativity, and Learning Ability), Križe, Slovenia:  Učila, založba, d.o.o., 2000.
  102. In Their Own Way: Discovering and Encouraging Your Child’s Multiple Intelligences (Revised and Updated).  New York:  Tarcher/Putnam, 2000.
  103. “Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom,” in Livro Do Congresso Internacional Dos Expoentes Na Educacao, September 21-23, 2000, Curitiba, Brazil.
  104. “The Genius Within Us: Psychospiritual Guidance During Prenatal and Perinatal Development and Its Connection to Human Potential After Birth,” Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, Spring & Summer, 2000, 14(3-4): 291-297.
  105. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd Edition. Alexandria, VA:  Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2000.
  106. “Foreword” to Sue Teele, Rainbows of Intelligence: Exploring How Students Learn, Thousand Oaks, CA:  Corwin Press, 2000.
  107. “The Extent of Childhood Attention Deficit Disorder is Exaggerated,” in Tamara L. Roleff and Laura Egendorf (eds.), Mental Illness: Opposing Viewpoints, San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2000.
  108. “A Portrait of the Jester as Observer: An Interview with Dr. Thomas Armstrong,” by Richard J. Prystowsky and Charlie Miles, Paths of Learning, Spring, 2000, 4: 24-36.
  109. A Modo Loro: Valorizzare le intelligenze multiple nel bambino. [ Italian translation of In Their Own Way, first edition].  Edizioni La Meridiana:  Molfetta, Italy, 1999.
  110. ADD/ADHD Alternatives in the Classroom, Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1999.
  111. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, [Korean translation] Seoul, Korea: Choung Ang Suk Sung 1999.
  112. Las Inteligencias Multiples en el Aula, [Spanish translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom]. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones Manantial SRL, 1999.
  113. Les Intelligences Multiples dans Votre Classe [French translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom], Montreal, Canada: Cheneliere/McGraw-Hill, 1999.
  114. 7 Kinds of Smart: Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences, Revised and Updated with Information on 2 New Kinds of Smart, New York: Plume, 1999.
  115. “Multiple Intelligences,” Pattern Pieces, January-March, 1999, 3(1): 32.
  116. “The Only Thing that Will Make Inclusion Work,” Inclusion Times, November/December, 1999, 7(2): 1-2.
  117. Ich Bin Seele, Geist Und Korper: Entwicklungskraft Und Potential Ihres Kindes, [reprint of German translation of The Radiant Child with new title], Essen, Germany:  Synthesis Verlag, 1998.
  118. Mange Intelligenser I Klassevaerelset [Danish translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, Humlebaek, Humelbæk, Denmark: Adlandia, 1998.
  119. Barns Olika Intelligenser [Swedish translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom], Jonkoping, Sweden: Brain Books, 1998.
  120. In Their Own Way – [Chinese translation]. Taipei, Taiwan: Yuan-Liou Publishing Co. Ltd., 1998.
  121. Awakening Genius in the Classroom, Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1998.
  122. “In His Own Way:  An Interview With Dr. Thomas Armstrong,” by Marie Rodriguez, California Homeschool News, December 1998-January, 1999, 5(2), 15, 26.
  123. “To Empower, Not Control! A Holistic Approach to AD/HD,” Reaching Today’s Youth, Winter, 1998, 2(2): 3-5.
  124. The Myth of the ADD Child: 50 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Behavior and Attention Span without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion [Paperback edition].  New York:  Plume, 1997.
  125. 7 Kinds of Smart – [Chinese translation]. Beijing, China:  China Planning Press, 1997.
  126. “ADD: Is It Myth or Fact?” [Interview].  NEA Today, February, 1997, 15(6): 15.
  127. “Does Attention Deficit Disorder Really Exist?” (with Alfie Kohn), [Letter to the Editor]. The New York Times, September 7, 1997, p. 16E.
  128. “Enhancing Your Child’s Curiosity,” in Betty Farber (ed.), The Parents’ & Teachers’ Guide to Helping Young Children Learn: Creative Ideas from 35 Respected Experts, Cutchogue, New York: Preschool Publications, Inc., 1997.
  129. “ADD: Does It Really Exist?” in Joseph J. Palladino (ed.), Abnormal Psychology 97/98, Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw Hill, 1997.
  130. “A Holistic Approach to Attention Deficit Disorder,” in Kathleen M. Cauley, Fredric Linder, James H. McMillan (eds.), Educational Psychology 97/98, Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw Hill, 1997.
  131. “How Other Educational Innovators View Homeschooling,” [Contributor]. Growing Without Schooling, September/October, 1997, 118: 27.
  132. Sept Facons d’etre Plus Intelligent [French translation of 7 Kinds of Smart].  Paris, France:   J’ai Lu, 1996.
  133. 7 Kinds of Smart – [Japanese translation].  Tokyo, Japan:  DHC Corporation, 1996.
  134. The Radiant Child – [Japanese translation]. Tokyo, Japan:  Nippon Kyobun Sha, 1996.
  135. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom – [Hebrew translation]. Jerusalem, Israel: Branco Weiss Institute for the Development of Thinking, 1996.
  136. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom – [Chinese translation]. Teipei, Taiwan: Yuan-Liou Publishing Co., Ltd., 1997.
  137. “Why I Believe Attention Deficit Disorder is a Myth,” Sydney’s Child [Australia], September, 1996, 7(9): 14-15.
  138. “Utopian Schools,” in “The Best of Mothering: 1976-1996,” Mothering, Winter, 1996, 81: 62-65. “Labels Can Last a Lifetime,” Learning, May/June, 1996, 24(6): 41-42.
  139. “ADD: Does It Really Exist?” Phi Delta Kappan, February, 1997, 77(6): 424-428.
  140. “Finding Time to Flow at Your Child’s Pace,” Head, Heart, and Hands:  A Journal of Waldorf Education, Spring, 1996, III: 6.
  141. “A Holistic Approach to Attention Deficit Disorder,” Educational Leadership, February, 1996. 53(5), 34-36.
  142. “Why I Believe Attention Deficit Disorder is a Myth,” Touch the Future, Winter, 1996/97, 3-4.
  143. Inteligencias Multiples En El Salon de Clases [Spanish translation of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom].  Alexandria, VA:  Association for Supervision and Curriculum  Development, 1995.
  144. “50 Strategies to Improve Your Child’s Attention Span,” Mothering, Winter, 1995, 67.
  145. The Myth of the A.D.D. Child: 50 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Behavior and Attention  Span without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion.  New York: Dutton, 1995.
  146. “Learning Differences – Not Disabilities,” in Robin Fogarty and James Bellanca (eds.), Multiple Intelligences: A Collection, Palatine, IL:  IRI/Skylight Publishing, 1995.
  147. “Kids in a Changing World,” Smart Talk, Spring/Summer, 1995, 1(1): 1-2.
  148. “ADD as a Social Invention,” Education Week, October 18, 1995, XV(7): 40, 33.
  149. “How to Be a Genius,” in Jerry Dunn (ed.)., Tricks of the Trade for Kids, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1994.
  150. 7 Kinds of Smart – [Chinese translation].  Teipei, Taiwan:  Fine Press Publishing Co.,
  151. 7 Kinds of Smart – [Korean translation]. Seoul, Korea:  Dong-A Publishing Co., Ltd., 1994.
  152. Spiritualitat Des Kindes: Padagogik Im Neuen Bewusstsein, [German translation of The Radiant Child]. Essen, Germany:  Synthesis Verlag, 1994.
  153. Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius – [Hebrew translation], Kiriat Bialik, Israel: Ach Publishing House, 1994.
  154. “Seven Learning Styles in Children,” in Robert Frager (ed.), Who Am I?: Personality Types for Self-Discovery.  New York:  Tarcher/Putnam, 1994.
  155. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom. Alexandria, Virginia:  Association for Supervision  and Curriculum Development, 1994.
  156. “Multiple Intelligences: Seven Ways to Approach Curriculum,” Educational Leadership,  November, 1994, 52(3): 26-28.
  157. “The Mother Lode of Invention” [Interview] Men’s Health, July/August 1994, p. 22.
  158. Syv Former for Intelligens [Norwegian translation of 7 Kinds of Smart]. Oslo, Norway: AS EFI, 1993.
  159. Sparking Creativity in Your Child,” Ladies’ Home Journal, October, 1993, CX(10):122-124.
  160. 7 Kinds of Smart: Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences. New York:  Plume, 1993.
  161. “The Unschooled Mind: How Children Think and How Schools Should Teach,” [Book Review], Mothering, Summer, 1993, 67: 62.
  162. “Home Is Where the Learning Is: 25 Ways to Help Your Child,” Family Circle, Sept. 1,  106(12): [Back-to-School section, of which this article was a part won “Honorable Mention for Outstanding Education Reporting in Supplement  Category” Benjamin Fine Award, National Association of Secondary School Principals; and the “Distinguished Achievement Award,” The Educational Press Association of America].
  163. “50 Ways to Bring Out Your Child’s Best,” Family Circle February 2, 1993, 106(2): 86- 89.
  164. Tu Hijo Es Un Genio. [Spanish translation of Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius]. Barcelona, Spain: Ediciones B, S.A., 1993.
  165. “Enhancing Curiosity and Creativity in Preschoolers,” Parent and Preschooler Newsletter, January, 1993. 7(11): 1-2.
  166. “Many Kinds of Minds: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences,” Intuition, 1993,    1(3):13-19.
  167. “Turning on Intuition,” Parenting, December/January, 1992.
  168. “Earth Angels,” Parenting, November, 1991.
  169. Awakening Your Child’s Natural Genius: Enhancing Curiosity, Creativity, and Learning Ability.  Los Angeles, CA:  Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc, 1991. [Child Magazine honorable  mention “Book Award for Excellence in Family Issues, 1992].
  170. “Fitness for the Fun of It,” Parenting, September, 1991.
  171. “Awaken Your Child’s Math Genius,” Smart Kids, Fall, 1991, 1(3): 36-37.
  172. “Lessons to Profit By,” Parenting, August, 1991.
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