The Personal Intelligences: Promoting Social and Emotional Learning

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Overview

Ellison blends two of the Multiple Intelligences—intrapersonal and interpersonal—with the most current research on the brain and learning to create a new foundation for K-8 classrooms.

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Editorial Reviews

Howard Gardner
"Launa Ellison is a pioneering teacher who has studied the scientific literature in psychology and neurology and sought to relate these findings to educational settings. In this new book, she shows how attention to the emotional and personal dimensions of students can help schools achieve their curricular and assessment goals. "
Robert Sylwester
"A marvelously well-written account . . . A solid combination of research and useful practices focused on the important area of developing personal/social identity."
Jean Houston
"This is the finest book I have ever read on education and its transformations. Master teacher Launa Ellison brings current brain research to bear on her own profound, state-of-the-art teaching methods. Rarely has theory and practice been so brilliantly brought together. Every teacher, every parent, every citizen concerned about our children and their development should read this book. "
Wane Jennings
"This book is chock full of good ideas for teachers by a master teacher! Ellison's knowledge of emotions and their importance is phenomenal. Especially good are the classroom scenes where she describes activities and students' reactions. The descriptions make the book sparkle and come alive. "
Dee Dickerson
"Filled with important new information from research in the neurosciences, human development, and learning. All teachers will be inspired and will learn much from this beautiful new contribution."
Joe Nathan
"Launa Ellison combines high expectations for all students with creativity, commitment, and compassion. Teachers who share those qualities will find this to be a marvelous resource. "
Clifford Morris
"A must-read professional development book for all educators, in particular, classroom teachers."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761976929
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 1/28/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Launa Ellison teaches fifth and sixth grades in the Minneapolis Public Schools. She has published over twenty professional journal articles and, since 1984, has published The Consortium for Whole Brain Learning, an international newsletter dedicated to improving educational practices through understanding brain research.

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Table of Contents

In the Beginning
Learning and Stress
Emotions Impact Learning
Personal Intelligences across the Curriculum
Reflection, Goals and Portfolios
Responding to Children's Different Learning Needs
Our Diversity
Nurturing Independence
Expectations and Resources
End Points

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