Ep 11: Redefining Intelligence to unlock the possibility in our students.

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 11 of the TeachThought Podcast and was originally published at TeachThought.com.

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of TeachThought Professional Development) and Scott Barry Kaufman discuss why and how he thinks intelligence should be redefined using his Theory of Personal Intelligence. He also shares his compelling story of how he broke out of being a special education student and went on to reach stunning academic heights.

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Ep 11: Redefining Intelligence to unlock the possibility in our students.


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