Research Paper On Multiple Sclerosis
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Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory and Teaching LD Students
This 10 page report discusses Howard Gardner’s theories of multiple intelligences and how they apply in teaching disabled students. Gardner, of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, asserts that in order for students to utilize their MI, students need to have various tasks where they can employ their underdeveloped intelligences. The theory also suggests that thematic teaching enhances multiple intelligences and allows students to use and strengthen various types of intelligence and skills. All of the aspects of multiple intelligences also apply in teaching disabled students. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Lou Gehrig's Disease
8 pages in length. Lou Gehrig's disease -– also called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – is named as such because of the man who was unlucky enough to be the first one diagnosed with the fatal neurological disease. One of baseball's most beloved players, Gehrig's progressively weakened condition forced him to step back from the plate for good on July 4, 1939 but not before he delivered what is still to this day one of history's most poignant moments in sports. Bibliography lists 11 sources.