Daily Archives: September 26, 2013

Multiple Intelligence Theory by Howard Gardner

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Multiple Intelligence Theory by Howard Gardner

The original Multiple Intelligence theory was developed in 1983 and first published in his book, ‘Frames of Mind.’ The book strongly suggests that everybody has a different mind, and no two profiles of intelligence are the same. Therefore, the traditional concept of measuring intelligence by I.Q testing is far too restricted. From the 8 primary intelligences, an individual may excel in one, two or even three of these, but nobody’s good at them all.    Continue reading

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The Afro comb and the politics of hair: Audio slideshow

SLIDESHOW:   http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-23995659  <click

The Afro comb and the politics of hair: Audio slideshow

The Afro comb has been used by people in Africa and the continent’s diaspora for centuries.

Afro combAn exhibition at the University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum looks at the Afro comb’s impact as both a hair care tool and cultural symbol over the last 6,000 years. It takes visitors on a journey that looks at ancient Egypt, the US civil rights movement and communities across Africa and the Caribbean.

Take a brief tour with exhibition curator Sally-Ann Ashton.

Origins of the Afro Comb can be seen at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, until 3 November 2013.   Continue reading