Date of Defense
Teaching, Learning and Educational Studies
Dr. M. Arthur Garmon
Dr. Allison Young
Dr. Paul Farber
For several decades it was believed that each person had only one intelligence and that this intelligence could be measured. The score that people attained on an intelligence test was called their IQ. This was the number that would be used to determine whether a person was going to do well in school, or be at risk to fail.
Montague, Brenda, "Multiple Intelligences as a Model for Education" (1998). Honors Theses. 1722.
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