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    Excerpt: Over the past decade, MI theory has been a popular basis for reform efforts among individual teachers and entire school. Many educators use MI theory because it validates what they already known and do. They believe that their students represent a diversity of cognitive strengths and ways of learning, and they use diverse practice in response. MI theory also is popular because it is compatible with the philosophies and approaches already in place in many schools (for instance, whole language, cooperative learning, hands-on math)...