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A Study Of Multiple Intelligences And Higher Education Faculty In The United States
|dc.contributor.author||Wilson, Stefanie D.|
|dc.identifier.citation||Wilson, S. D. (2007). A Study Of Multiple Intelligences And Higher Education Faculty In The United States. Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC), 4(7). https://doi.org/10.19030/tlc.v4i7.1560|
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|dc.description.abstract||This quantitative research study discovered and identified the degree of relationships between the domains of multiple intelligences: (a) interpersonal, (b) intrapersonal, and (c) linguistic intelligences, and (d) leadership and demographic characteristics such as, (a) age, (b) gender and (c) ethnicity among higher education faculty. Using a survey instrument, primary data was collected from a sample of 205 faculty members within the United States. Furthermore, the researcher examined and analyzed certain aspects of the field of leadership, and the impact Gardner’s multiple intelligences may or may not have on leadership selection, training and development based on the results obtained. This paper provides a summary of the study and its results along with possible implications and recommendations for administrators, managers and leaders in academia.|
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|dc.title||A Study Of Multiple Intelligences And Higher Education Faculty In The United States|
|prism.publicationname||Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC)|
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