Bibliography

Books, Articles & Chapters on MIDAS

Buros Review: 13th Edition, 1999.

Prackard, A. Trevisan, M.S. (1999). [Review of the MIDAS: Multiple intelligences developmental assessment scales.] In Plake, B. S., & Impara, J. C. (Eds.).The thirteenth mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of mental Measurements.

Buros Review: 17th Edition, 2007.

Hiltonsmith, R.W., Schneider, W.J. (2007). [Review of the MIDAS: Multiple intelligences developmental assessment scales.] In Plake, B. S., & Impara, J. C. (Eds.). The seventeenth mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements

 Dissertation

Shearer, C.B. (1992). An investigation in the validity, reliability and clinical utility of the Hillside Assessment of Perceived Intelligences. (Doctoral dissertation, Union Institute, Cincinnati, 1991). Dissertation Abstracts International, 52, 6647B.

 Books

Shearer, B. (2013). Multiple intelligences inspired! A common core toolkit. Kent, OH:MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2013). MIDAS™ means business handbook: Multiple intelligences inspired leadership. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2013).The MIDAS handbook: Common miracles in your school. Kent, OH:MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2013). The MIDAS™ guide to career development: The SHIP curriculum and the challenge. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2013). Your amazing brain- discovered: A student’s toolbox. Kent, OH:MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2013).The MIDAS challenge: A practical path to career success. Kent, OH:MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2013).One family: Many remarkable brains. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C. B. & Fleetham, M. (2011). Creating extra-ordinary teachers: Multiple intelligences in the classroom and beyond. (Complex Chinese translation by Psychological Publishing Company, Ltd.) Taipei:Taiwan. (Original work published 2008)

Shearer, C. B. (in press). The MIDAS-KIDS My Young Child handbook. Kent, OH: Multiple Intelligences Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. (2009). MI at 25: Assessing the impact and future of multiple intelligences for           teaching and learning. New York: Teachers College Press.

Schirduan-Proulx, V., Shearer, C. B. & Case, K. (2009). MIndful education for ADHD students: Differentiated curriculum and instruction using multiple intelligences, NY: Teachers College Press.

Shearer, C. B. (2009). The MIDAS handbook of multiple intelligences in the classroom.(Rev. ed.) Kent, OH. Multiple Intelligences Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, B. & Fleetham, M. (2008). Creating extraordinary teachers: Multiple intelligences in the classroom  and beyond. London, UK: Bloomsbury Publishing .

Shearer, C.B., Wu, W. (2008).  Chinese Version of Multiple Intelligences Developmental             Assessment Scales Form-C: Technical manual. Taipei, Taiwan: Psychological Publishing Company.

Shearer, C.B., Wu, W. (2007). Chinese Version of Multiple Intelligences Developmental        Assessment Scales Form-B- KIDS: Technical manual. Taipei, Taiwan: Psychological Publishing Company.

Shearer, C.B. (Sook-hee Ryue, translator) (2007). Korean version of multiple intelligences developmental assessment scales for kids-My young child. Seoul, Korea: Multiple Intelligences Institute Co.

Shearer, C. B. (2007). The MIDAS: Professional manual. (Rev. ed.). Kent, Ohio:MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C. B. (2002). The MIDAS student high impact project: Building intrapersonal intelligence. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C. B. (2001). MIDAS selvvurdering: Guide en guide til vurdering a fog laering  de 7 intelligenser. Rander,  Denmark: MI Danmark.

Shearer, C. B. (2001). Stifinder. En arbejdsbog til MIDAS og de mange intelligenser. Rander,  Denmark: MI Danmark.

Shearer, C. B. (2000). The MIDAS guide to common miracles in your school: Multiple intelligences strategies for transformation. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C.B. (1999). The challenge!  A MIDAS guide to career success. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C. B. (1998). The MIDAS handbook of multiple intelligences in the classroom.Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C. B. (1998). Your family GOLD mind. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting,

Shearer, C. B. (1998). Stepping stones: A teacher’s workbook for the multiple  intelligences. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Shearer, C. B. (1996). Stepping stones: A student’s workbook for the multiple intelligences. Kent, OH: MI Research and Consulting, Inc.

Chapters in Books

Shearer, C. B. (2009). The challenges of assessing multiple intelligences around the world. In Multiple intelligences around the world. (Ed.) Chen, J., Moran, S. & Gardner, H.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Shearer, C. B. (2008). Mind your business: Energizing multiple intelligences to maximize performance. In A. Arunsimha (Ed.) Multiple intelligences for inspired workplaces. . Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press.

Shearer, C. B. (2008). Multiple intelligences and business culture. In A. Arunsimha (Ed.) Multiple intelligences for inspired workplaces. . Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press.

Shearer, C. B. (2005). Enhancing cognitive functions via a multiple intelligences assessment. In In O.Tan & S. Seng (Eds.) Enhancing cognitive functions: Applications across contexts. (pp. 245-274). Singapore: McGraw-Hill Education (Asia).

Shearer, C. B. (2006). The theory of multiple intelligences. In J.H. Greenhaus, & G.A. Callanan (eds.), Encyclopedia of Career Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Special Issue Journal Editor

Shearer, C.B. (Ed.). (2004). Multiple intelligences. (Special issue). Teachers College Record, 106(1), pp. 2- 16.

 Articles in Journals

Shearer, B., Reith, S. & Riolo, A.(2012). Reading intervention supporting science content: MIDAS-Driven intervention for at-risk reading using multiple intelligences strengths to differentiate a 4th grade science curriculum. The Ohio  School Psychologists Journal. 58 (1).

Shearer, B. (2012). An inter-rater reliability study of a self-assessment for the multiple intelligences. International Journal of Psychological Studies, Canadian Center of Science and Ed., (4) 3. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijps/issue/view/598

Shearer, C. B. (2012). Cross cultural factor analytic studies of a multiple intelligences self-assessment.  International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment. (12) 1. https://sites.google.com/site/tijepa2012/vol-11-2/vol-12-1

Shearer, B. (2011). Inspiring hope: Using a multiple intelligences assessment to leverage success in school and in life. Guideline, Institute of Guidance Counsellors Newsletter, Dublin: Ireland.  38 (1), 27 – 28.

Shearer, B. & Reith, S. (2011). Differentiated reading instruction: Using the multiple intelligences and The MIDAS to enhance comprehension, enthusiasm and strategic reading approaches. The Ohio School Psychologists Journal. 56 (3).

Shearer, C. B. (2010). In the face of change: Using multiple intelligences to inspire motivation and develop  future leaders. Ethos Gubernamental, Center for the Development of Ethical Thought of the office of Government  Ethics of Puerto Rico, 5, 1.

Shearer, B. (2009). Unleashing strengths, shoring up weaknesses: Assessment highlights range of students’ multiple intelligences. ASCD Express. Volume 5, 3, Retrieved November 20, 2009, from             http://www.ascd.org/ascd_express/vol5/503_shearer.aspx

Shearer, C.B. (2009). Exploring the relationship between intrapersonal intelligence and university students’ career confusion: Implications for counseling, academic success, and school-to-career transition. Journal of Employment Counseling. 46, 52 – 61.

Shearer, C.B. and Luzzo, D. (2009). Exploring the application of multiple intelligences theory to career counseling. Career Development Quarterly, 58, 1, 3 – 13.

Shearer, C.B. (2000). Multiple intelligences developmental assessment scales (MIDAS). Training and Development in Human Services, 1, 1, 51-56.

Shearer, C. B. (2004). Multiple intelligences theory after 20 years. Teachers College Record. 106 (1), 147 – 162.

Shearer, C. B. (2004). Using a multiple intelligences assessment to promote teacher development and student achievement. Teachers College Record. 106 (1), 147 – 162.

Shearer, C.B. (2006, March). Multiple intelligences and career planning. Guideline: Newsletter of the Institute of Guidance Counselors. Dublin, Ireland: Institute of Guidance Counselors,

Works About the MIDAS by Other Authors

Jones, J.A. (2003). A multi-cultural comparison of the factor structure of the MIDAS for adults/college students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Pizarro, S. R., et al. (April, 2003). Psychometric analyses of the multiple intelligences developmental assessment scales. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, Ill.

Schirduan, V., Case, K. (2004). Mindful curriculum leadership for students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Leading in elementary school by using multiple intelligences theory (SUMIT). Teachers College Record. 106 (1), 87 – 95.

Lowey, S. (2003) M.I. your business. Training Journal. Cambridgeshire, UK: Fenma Lmtd.

Jordan, A. (Ed.). (2003). MIDAS. In MI Resource Book for Teachers. FinVoc Pilot Project on Multiple Intelligences, EU Leonardo da Vinci.

Wiswell, A., Hardy, C. R., & Reio, T. G. (2001). An examination of the Multiple Intelligences Developmental Assessment Scales (MIDAS). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Human Resource Development, Tulsa, OK.

Ksicinski, J. & Sinclair, R. (2001, April). Multiple intelligences analysis of community college students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Seattle, WA.

Yoong, S. (2000). Multiple intelligences: A construct validation of the MIDAS scale in Malaysia. Paper presented at the International Conference on Measurement and Evaluation, Penang, Malaysia.

Forthcoming

Validation Studies of the Korean Translation of the Multiple Intelligences Developmental Assessment Scales by Jee-Soo Kim, Multiple Intelligences Institute, Seoul, Korea