|Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D., er forfatter til
adskillige bøger og videoer. Hans bøger er oversat til kinesisk, dansk,
fransk, tysk, hebraisk, italiensk, japansk, koreansk, norsk, spansk,
svensk og thai. Derudover er han kendt for sine artikler, foredrag og
Thomas Armstrong er direktør for:
Armstrong Creative Training
P.O. Box 548
Myth of the A.D.D Child:50 Ways to Improve Your Child's Behavior and
Attention Span Without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion
Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D / Paperback / Published 1997
Criticizes the currently popular label attention deficit disorder as being too simplistic and negative, and provides instead a wellness perspective with 50 solid strategies to help parents, teachers, and health care professionals deal with children’s difficult behavior.
Intelligences in the Classroom
Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D / Paperback / Published 1994
A nuts-and-bolts teacher’s guide to the theory of multiple intelligences, includes chapters on lesson planning, teaching strategies, assessment, special education, cognitive skills, and more. Appendices provide comprehensive reading lists and lesson plans.Denne bog foreligger på dansk.
Kinds of Smart : Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences
Thomas Armstrong; Paperback
A self-help book for adults and older students; includes checklists for identifying one’s multiple intelligences, exercises and tips for developing them, and ideas on using one’s intelligences to overcome learning difficulties, enhance relationships, and improve work satisfaction.
Their Own Way
Thomas Ph.D. Armstrong / Paperback / Published 1988
A great book for both parents and teachers on multiple intelligences. Includes chapters on using the imagination, the body, and the feelings in learning, as well as chapters on holding positive expectations, having a patient attitude, and helping children with homework using multiple intelligences.
Your Child's Natural Genius : Enhancing Curiosity, Creativity, and
Thomas Armstrong / Paperback / Published 1991
This inspirational and practical guide includes chapters on whole language, hands-on-math and science, music, drawing, giftedness, testing, the role of the home in learning, technology, cooperative learning, and Montessori and Waldorf education.
Genius in the Classroom (Dette link går til Amazon i USA)
Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D / Paperback / Published 1998
A book for educators that focuses on twelve qualities of genius that are at the heart of the learning process: curiosity, playfulness, imagination, creativity, wonder, wisdom, inventiveness, vitality, sensitivity, flexibility, humor, and joy. Shows how to recognize these qualities, what shuts them down in the home, school, and in the popular culture, and how to reawaken these qualities in the classroom.
Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D / Paperback / Published 1985
A guide to the "higher realms of human nature" in childhood. Includes descriptions of peak experiences, archetypal dreams, and other transpersonal experiences of children and a look at the implications for educators, parents, and mental health practitioners.
Discovering the Giftedness in ALL
(VHS, 44 minutes)
Dr. Armstrong presents an overview of multiple intelligences and
discusses its implications for inclusion, cultural diversity, and special
education. He is joined by educators at the Greentree East Elementary
School in Victorville, California.
|Beyond the ADD Myth:
Classroom Strategies and Techniques
(VHS, 36 minutes)
Dr. Armstrong examines the shortcomings of the current ADD/ADHD paradigm, and shares specific strategies that can help students with attention and behavior problems without labeling and segregating them. He is joined by educators from the Huntington Woods Elementary School in Wyoming, Michigan. (Order online at www.nprinc.com)