Intelligence is an ability to solve problems or fashion products that are useful in a particular cultural setting or community.Logical-Mathematical A person that has the intelligence to understand logical reasoning and problem solving such as; math, science, patterns, and sequences, has logical-mathematical intelligence.Gardner believed that there are at least eight intelligences possessed by all people, and that every person has developed some intelligence more fully than others.Bodily-Kinesthetic Someone who has the ability to use the physical body skillfully and to take in knowledge through bodily sensation, coordination or working with hands, is considered to posses bodily-kinesthetic intelligence.Using a less developed intelligence ...
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Overall, Gardner explains how each person has many different forms of intelligence that they could be above average in.These intelligences are inherently separate due to the fact that because of brain damage, a person can lose an intelligence while still being able to perform at a high level on other intelligences.Linguistic intelligence allows a student to gain the ability to study the concepts and then apply them to the other intelligences such as bodily-kinesthetic intelligence.Parts of this intelligence can be learned by studying similar to some of the more the academic intelligences, however bodily-kinesthetic intelligence is not viewed as an academic intelligence.This idea shows how linguistic intelligence can be used when dealing ...
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From this chapter I have learned a lot about myself and how to study.I now understand why those techniques were successful.I am a visual learner, have an integrated brain, meaning I use both hemispheres, and ranked highest in bodily-kinesthetic and logic-mathematical intelligence.A new study strategy that I will implement will include: writing what I highlight down into my own handwriting, adding ... ... middle of paper ... ...igence.Now that I am aware I am a mostly a visual learner, have an integrated brain, and have bodily-kinesthetic and logical-mathematical intelligence, I look forward to implementing the newly learned studying techniques with the old, making my college experience as successful as possible.
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Marty functions at a higher level of intelligence while Mike functions at a much lower level of intelligence.New York: McGraw Hill.Mike displays bodily kinesthetic intelligence and practical intelligence at a very low level.Carl Rogers (1971) Feldman, R. S. (2010) Psychology and your life.Feldman, R. S. (2010) Psychology and your life.
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They may excel in the sciences and be very passionate about environmental issues.7.Intrapersonal (Self Smart) – Intrapersonal-intelligent people learn best by working alone and setting individual goals.Naturalistic students enjoy learning about living things and natural events.The neighbor skilled in solving puzzles and discerning patterns may combine logical-mathematical intelligence with visual-spatial intelligence.2.Logical-Mathematical (Logic Smart) – Those who exhibit this type of intelligence learn by classifying, categorizing, and thinking abstractly about patterns, relationships, and numbers.
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Logical/Mathematical Intelligence: People with this intelligence have the ability to think in a logical manner.Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence: People with this kind of intelligence have a flair for languages; they nurture interest towards learning different languages and are able to do it quite faster than many others.Intrapersonal Intelligence: People with this intelligence have good self awareness.With the application of multiple intelligence theory, we can individualize the learning process.Most of the times we see that in our academic curriculum, lot of importance is given on logical, mathematical and linguistic intelligence.Students with these set of intelligence perform well in these areas but others who are better in other areas o...
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Skills associated with this intelligence are; accessing one’s internal emotions, understanding feelings and using them to guide behavior, and understanding self in relation to others.With the intrapersonal intelligence you have the ability to understand one’s own behavior and feelings; self-awareness, independence, time spent alone.The best techniques to maximize this intelligence are; studying in a group, discuss material over the phone or send instant messages, teach someone else the material, and make time to discuss assignments and test with your instructor.To maximize the intrapersonal intelligence use these techniques; reflect on personal meaning of information, keep a journal, study in quiet areas, and imagine essays or experiment...
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One of the seven learning styles that this paper will discuss is the bodily kinesthetic intelligence.November 20, 2003.(2001) Learning styles.Specific Intelligences.The style of learning that stresses the aspect of reflection and relies more on the self is intra-personal intelligence.
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Hussain (visual spatial intelligence), Ayn Rand (linguistic intelligence) and Saleim Ali (Naturalistic intelligence).So this is the time when society should recognize their strong multiple intelligence and factors which influence their multiple intelligence, to learn new things in his or her own way and pursue interest and choose future profession which required that particular intelligence considering the importance of multiple intelligence, an idea was conceptualized to find out multiple intelligence among school going children of 12-14 years old in rural and urban area of Haryana with the objective of comparing the multiple intelligence among children in rural and urban areas... Linguistic intelligence: – Linguistic intelligence is t...
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Gardner Multiple Intelligence Theory and Sternberg Successful Intelligence Theory The two theoretical views of intelligence that are going to be focused on in this assignment are the Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligence theory and Robert J. Sternberg’s successful intelligence theory.Like a number of scholars, Gardner and Sternberg view intelligence as educable, result of biological end environmental factors, which includes people’s environments (Ceci, Nightungale, & Baker, 1992).Sternberg successful theory of intelligence are defined as in a given sociocultural context, mental abilities are used to reach one’s goals in life through adaptation, selection and shaping of the environment (Sternberg & Kaufman, 1998, p. 494).Analytic...
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We can also evaluate student through smart checklists or multiple intelligence survey.You will probably find each student pictured in two or more of these intelligence descriptions.Gardner’s theory can provide a teacher the direction to improve a student’s learning styles in any given intelligence but before that I think teachers start to know students strengths and weaknesses in classrooms.The best way to develop curriculum by using the theory of multiple intelligences is by thinking about how can convert the material to be taught from intelligence to another.He suggest avoid drawing pictures on the board or stay away from using highly graphic materials in your presentations because spatial intelligence is not particularly well develope...
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It is a theory that “highlights that intelligence is not fixed, but rather a dynamic capacity amenable to change via good teaching, high motivation, and adequate resources” (Christodoulou, 2009, para.In the 1920s Spearman proposed that there is only one type of intelligence, called general intelligence or g. The notion that there could be only one type of intelligence was questioned by other psychometric theorists, such as Cattell and Thurstone.Joanna Christodoulou takes the opposing view in the article “Applying multiple intelligence”.However, Gardner explains that he is not sure if this phenomenon should be declared an intelligence, “My hesitation in declaring a full blown existential intelligence stems from my uncertainty about whethe...
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Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligence asserts that intelligence is a product of both nature and nurture.Gardner believed that the intelligence quotient only tests for linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligence, and does not include the other equally important intelligence.My third highest scoring intelligence domain is intrapersonal intelligence.With the accompanying work of Charles Spearman on the general intelligence, “g”, Alfred Binet designed the IQ test, or intelligence quotient.But the multiple intelligence theory claims that individuals that excel in one area on intelligence may not necessarily do well in the other areas of intelligence.
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As long as I involve color and imagination, I enjoy the learning process, thus the visual/spatial style come into play.I guess when it comes to studying, I am a loner, as I prefer to work on my own, but need to make sense of what I learn the way groupies do.I have been studying this way for as long as I can remember and my greatest motivation is my own stubborn, stick-to-it-ivity!I therefore, classify myself as a fruit salad, incorporating certain aspects of many different learning styles to suit my complex character and learning preference.I hate writing and love moving, therefore I need to get up and stretch or walk around a little, every so often while studying.
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After answering the personal intelligence questionnaire in the text, I strongly associated with interpersonal and spatial intelligence.The areas are: learning times, bottom up or top down learning, quadrants of learning and eclectic disciplines of personal intelligence.Contemporary psychologists have changed the idea of a single learning capacity called intelligence into seven different intelligence learning categories used to enhance one’s learning abilities.Researching this paper, I have discovered how my brain prefers to process new material, which modes and media of instruction suits me best, and which times of learning I am more receptive to.Most people believe that their capacity to learn is determined by personal intelligence.
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One criticism of intelligence tests is that they do not really measure intelligence but only a narrow set of mental capabilities.The most widely used modern tests of intelligence are the Stanford-Binet, the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC), the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS), and the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (Kaufman-ABC).In the late 1990s Gardner added an eighth intelligence to his theory: naturalist intelligence, the ability to recognize and classify plants, animals, and minerals.The most suitable test that can adequately justify Gardner’s but also Thurston’s theory, is the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) developed by David Wechsler who also believed that intelligence is an aggregate of ...
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A good example of Forest Gump’s interpersonal intelligence would be at the end of the movie when he gets Jenny’s house torn down because of the emotions she associates with the house where she as abused at a young age by her father.Forest also shows practical Intelligence In this movie in many ways.Forest also demonstrates interpersonal intelligence as he is able to interact with others easily throughout the movie.Aspects of Gardner’s forms of intelligence that Forest displays are bodily kinesthetic skills; Forest is able to perform skills using his whole body such as dancing, being on the ollege football team, excelling at ping pong and long distance running.Although Forest many be little slow, he shows his intelligence in many ways.
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Therefore, it would be inaccurate to compare intelligence scores for persons from different cultural context.Scholars concluded that he might have fabricated the results to support his theory on intelligence, which is, intelligence is inherited.If Burt and Goddard incorporated all the complexities in intelligence testing, which modern psychologists know, then their work would have been indisputable.Modern psychologists now know that intelligence is dynamic and can be improved.People misused Goddard’s intelligence tests in order to deport immigrants and support the passing of some state laws to forcefully sterilize feeble-minded citizens.
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The theory basically implies that other than linguistic and mathematical competence, there are other or multiple aspects of the learning that should be considered as intelligence also.According to Howard Gardner, human beings have nine different kinds of intelligence that reflect different ways of interacting with the world.It had been that intelligence is measured using IQ tests.Most intelligence tests only one or two intelligences, usually language and logic.Howard Gardner’s theory on multiple intelligences attempts to provide a comprehensive view of intelligence.
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Even though everyone has each of these intelligences his theory advises that everyone exceeds or are more attuned more to certain ones than other, but through a long processing of learning we can exceed at any intelligence we choose.A job a person that excelled in linguistic intelligence would be a lawyer, a musician writing lyrics or a speech writer.He believes that everyone has eight different intelligences that, those being linguistic intelligence, logical-mathematical intelligence, musical intelligence, bodily-kinesthetic intelligence, spatial intelligence, interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence and naturalist intelligence, with the last one being added later in 1999.In the following paragraphs I have included some de...
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Thinking and intelligence, introduction to psychology (ch.10).Linguistic intelligence includes the capability to use, speak and learn languages and words.United States, CopleyMusical intelligence is the ability of performing, recognizing, and writing music.Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence is utilizing the mind and the body together to solve problems.
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Intelligence was initially believed to be a single entity or what psychometricians call general intelligence or g. General intelligence is measured by standardized IQ tests, or other “purer” method like reaction to flashing light or presence of certain brainwaves (Gardner, 1998).This article discusses in detail Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory and including its appeal as well as issues and problems of the theory.This site includes biographical profiles of people who have influenced the development of intelligence theory and testing, in-depth articles exploring current controversies related to human intelligence, and resources for teachers.Multiple Intelligence Overview.He considered three other kinds of intelligence, Naturalist, Sp...
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Two important factors come into play when discussing one’s intelligence: one that Bell Hooks talks about which is background and one that Howard Gardner studies which is intelligence.Also there is Intrapersonal intelligence meaning the ability to form an accurate model of oneself and to be able to use that model to operate effectively in life.An example of interpersonal intelligence in use would be that of a person in the psychology field.So therefore it makes it an easier learning environment for me to learn in.I’m not timid in any kind of way.
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How are the intelligence of early humans different from that of modern humans, and what inferences can be made from this data?This difference in the cranial capacity doesn’t show the intelligence directly of these early humans but it shows the root l... ... middle of paper ... ...e this.This topic is worthy to investigate because modern humans have advanced so greatly, but how exactly had our genius evolved and where did our intelligence start.Although early humans did not have all of these kinds of intelligence, slowly from hominin to hominin, it evolved in to the modern human we are now.Overall the early humans had a lesser intelligence in all known aspects, but since the first hominin and start of the human intelligence, our knowledge...
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Gardner, H. (1993).New York, NY: Harper Collins.The Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence champions the ability to process information through physical activity.The basis of Logical-Mathematical intelligence is a scientific understanding of intricate patterns and complex calculations.The Logical-Mathematical intelligence realizes my need to understand how things work.
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Howard Gardner proposed that there are eight types of intelligence.I believe intelligence goes much deeper.Robert Sternberg developed the triarchic theory of intelligence.Boston: McGraw HillIntelligence is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary as being the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge.
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A comparison of learning style models and assessment instrument for university graphics educators.Repository library NCSU.Felder, R. M., Soloman, B.Educational Psychology, 24(4), 419-444.Retrieved from .
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Intelligence test are numerous test that measure reasoning and problem solving.This can offend people and often bring them down.There was also a belief that when women take exams they would score lower because they were told that men get better scores than them.Secondly, came the classical intelligence test which consist of synonyms and numbers.Intelligent testing is seen as psychology greatest success in assessing human intelligence.
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It would seem that since we as humans are of the same species, we would have a very comparable intelligence level, and yet IQ test scores for 99 percent of the population range clear from “barely functioning” fifty-five to “Einstein” 145 (based on the Wechsler IQ test).26 Oct. 1998, , 20.Print.Works Cited Gardner, Howard E. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences.New York, New York, United States: Peter Lang, 2004.Go ahead, give yourself a broader definition of intelligence.
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Yet there is no indication that I have a natural inclination towards Bodily Kinesthetic or sports and physical activity, an area I have participated and excelled in for most of my life.Incidentally, I took another one of these Multiple Intelligence Indicator's on-line and in both cases I scored highly in the Interpersonal category.Intelligence and Solving Problems When one is asked to consider the question "What makes a person intelligent?," the most common responses will often note a person's ability to solve problems, utilize logic, and think critically.Our intelligence, therefore, is our singular, collective ability to act and react in an ever-changing world.Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory looks extremely good on paper, ...
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