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" I prefer Howard Gardner's approach to the brain. He theorizes that =
we all have multiple
intelligence's with strengths in one or more which can overlap.
This appeals to me, because rather than limit us, it creates an =
attitude of opportunity
for open ended brain development and recognizes multiple strengths =
Those of you who are interested in "learning theory" must read
Frank Wilson's new book - from Random House - on THE HAND "how its use =
shapes the brain,
language, and human culture."
In a nut shell - it's more than an appendage!
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