The unintelligible importance of intelligence

What do we mean by ‘intelligence’, and what effect does labelling certain students as ‘intelligent’ or ‘smart’ have on the whole class’ attitudes to learning? Daniel LaSalle puts forth his argument for banishing the word from our classrooms completely.

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