Albino Deer Sighting 10 Feb 2018

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14 Oct 17 Plantings


Dwarf Artic Willow Nana – salix purpurea


Norway Spruce

Yellow Raspberry

Forest Service Visit

Recommended

Japanese Barberry – Remove – invasive

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Eastern Hemlock – treat Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

FIGURE 1.—Hemlock woolly adelgid ovisacs.

Norway Spruce – plant as screen

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Identifications

Eastern Hemlock
Red Maple
Sugar Maple
Ash
Black Cherry
Eastern White Pine
Crimson King Maple
Norway Spruce
Kousa Dogwood
Locust
Black Walnut
Chinese Chestnut
Apple
Crab Apple
Witch Hazel
Red Oak
Yews
Holly
Rhododendron
Arborvitae

Multiple Intelligences Myths & Realities

In the end, Gardner’s theory is simply not all that helpful. For scientists, the theory of the mind is almost certainly incorrect. For educators, the daring applications forwarded by others in Gardner’s name (and of which he apparently disapproves) are unlikely to help students. Gardner’s applications are relatively uncontroversial, although hard data on their effects are lacking. The fact that the theory is an inaccurate description of the mind makes it likely that the more closely an application draws on the theory, the less likely the application is to be effective. All in all, educators would likely do well to turn their time and attention elsewhere. -Daniel T. Willingham is a professor of psychology at the University of Virginia.  – Reframing the Mind: Howard Gardner and the theory of multiple intelligences

The Myth of Multiple Intelligences: Its Impact on eLearning | Rehan A. Shaik

Multiple Intelligences Myths & Realities | Howard Garnder

Howard Gardner : the myth of Multiple Intelligences | John White

Multiple Intelligences: Prelude, Theory, and Aftermath | Howard Garnder