Milton Chen’s lecture on “Creativity, Curiosity, and Learning” and Multiple Intelligences

Last week’s E.N. Thompson lecture on “Creativity, Curiosity, and Learning” by Milton Chen was interesting….you can watch the recording here.  His talk discussed a variety of topics including project based learning (PBL) and a child’s need to move and create.  If you missed it and you are focused in youth development…it’s an interesting lecture with a great message for youth development.  If you aren’t in youth development but you have always wondered about where you might be on the multiple intelligences scale, he referenced a quick and easy online assessment. Enjoy!

P.S. My top three were interpersonal, logical-mathematical, and naturalist.  …explains a lot!  🙂

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3 Responses to Milton Chen’s lecture on “Creativity, Curiosity, and Learning” and Multiple Intelligences

  1. Maureen Burson says:

    Thanks for sharing Deb. These are also aired in Lincoln’s Public Educational Television, which reaches a wide local audience. A snowy weekend while doing taxes is a great time to watch!

  2. Dr. Jeff G Hart says:

    Pardon, my previous post should read, “hobby” rather than “happy” – second to last sentence. although most people are likely happy when doing hobbies.
    Dr Jeff

  3. debforyou says:

    Reblogged this on Kimmel Education & Research Center and commented:
    Great message for youth development!

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