The Multiple Intelligences Questionnaire (MIQ)

Lars Lindström
Department of Curriculum Studies and Communication, Stockholm University of Education, Sweden

Sten-Olof Brenner
Högskolan I Kristianstad, Sweden

Leif Ulriksson
Högskolan I Kristianstad, Sweden

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Ingår i: The 13th International Conference on Thinking Norrköping; Sweden June 17-21; 2007

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 21:13, s. 95-100

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Publicerad: 2007-07-20


ISSN: 1650-3686 (tryckt), 1650-3740 (online)


The aim of the present study is to articulate implicit criteria used by teacher educators and professional artisans to assess expertise in craft & design. Two teacher educators and one artisan were asked to assess portfolios in metalwork consisting of finished products; sketches; and interviews about the working procedure. The paper shows how expertise; as construed by the interviewees; is related to a particular culture of learning and practice; including a disposition to use experience; knowledge and skills in specific ways.


Assessment; craft & design; metal work; expertise; repertory grids


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Lindström, L. (2007). Assessing Craft and Design: Conceptions of Expertise in Education and Work. In: A. Havnes & L. McDowell (Ed.) Balancing Dilemmas in Assessment and Learning in Contemporary Education. London: Routledge.  

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