DOI:​10.1111/J.1467-9620.2004.00328.X
Corpus ID: 13240992
Integrating the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy with Multiple Intelligences: A planning tool for curriculum differentiation
T. Noble
Published 2004
Psychology

Teachers College Record
Both the special education and gifted education literature call for a differentiated curriculum to cater for the wide range of student differences in any classroom. Gardner’s theory of multiple… Expand
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