Teaching for Successful Intelligence: To Increase Student Learning and Achivement
Written by internationally renowned educator and researcher Robert Sternberg, this book is based on Sternberg's research-supported theory that students need to develop analytical, creative, and practical thinking abilities in order to acquire successful intelligence. It addresses the notion that many educational programs seem to develop people's intelligence in only one area-- analytical, and that students need all three to be successful in life. Chapter topics cover understanding successful intelligence; successful intelligence in life and in school; teaching for analytical thinking, creative thinking, and practical thinking; framing triarchic instruction and assessment units; and a comprehensive illustration of lessons for teaching for successful intelligence. For use as a reference or primer by all teachers of all grades.
Sternberg, Robert J. and Grigorenko, Elenal, "Teaching for Successful Intelligence: To Increase Student Learning and Achivement" (2000). Centers for Teaching and Technology - Book Library. 24.