Since the publication of Frames of Mind by Howard Gardner in 1983 research into the validity and efficacy of multiple intelligences theory has been steadily steadily growing around the world.
1 MIndful Education for ADHD Students Differentiating Curriculum and Instruction Using Multiple Intelligences. Victoria Proulx-Schirduan, C. Branton Shearer, and Karen I. Case, 2009, Teachers College Press http://store.tcpress.com/cgi/sc/productsearch.cgi?storeid=tcpress
2 Project SUMIT: Mindy Kornhaber and colleagues completed an extensive research of over 40 MI-inspired schools and their results are summarized in the book, Best Practices in Multiple Intelligences. Allyn and Bacon,
3 Special MI Issue of Teachers College Record, January, 2004. Branton Shearer edited this collection of MI-related papers from the 20th anniversary commemoration of the publication of Frames of Mind at the 2003 annual conference of AERA. Authors include: Michael Posner, Howard Gardner, Eliot Eisner, Tom Hoerr, Larry Cuban, Wu-tien Wu and Stephen Denig.
4 MI at 25: Assessing the Impact and Future of Multiple Intelligences for Teaching and Learning, ed. Branton Shearer. Teachers College Press, 2008. This collection of essays examines the validity of MI theory. http://store.tcpress.com/0807743461.shtml
5 Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement: Success Stories from Six Schools by Bruce and Linda Campbell, ASCD, 1999. http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/199274.aspx – buy from ASCD. In this short volume available from www.ascd.org the authors provide detailed analysis of the benefits of MI theory to the students and teachers in six schools.