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Multiple Intelligences. Szálas Tímea. The theory of multiple intelligences. A dominant idea in the 20th century: there are 3 types of intelligence: logical mathematical, linguistic and spatial Howard Gardner’s theory (1983): there are 7 (+2) types or areas of intelligence .

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Multiple intelligences

Multiple Intelligences

Szálas Tímea

The theory of multiple intelligences
The theory of multiple intelligences

  • A dominant idea in the 20th century: there are 3 types of intelligence: logical mathematical, linguistic and spatial

  • Howard Gardner’s theory (1983): there are 7 (+2) types or areas of intelligence

Logical mathematical intelligence
Logical-mathematical intelligence

  • Albert Einstein, German physicist, theory of relativity, the world’s most famous equation: E = mc2

  • „scientific thinking”

  • Logical thinking

  • Problemsolving

  • The ability to discover and see connections and relationships between pieces of information

  • Planning, analysing, systematizing

Linguistic verbal intelligence
Linguistic/verbal intelligence

  • William Shakespeare, English poet and playwright

  • How interesting/intriguing are these to you?

    • He wrote these lines about himself at the age of nine.

    • Mary looked at John with nothing on.

    • He’s got this brilliant book on the brain.

  • Languages, self-expression, finding joy in the ambiguity of words, word play, puns

Spatial visual intelligence
Spatial/visual intelligence

  • Leonardo da Vinci, Italian painter, sculptor, architect etc.

  • Perception of space

  • We do not only see space, we can feel, hear or smell it.

  • Think of architects, air-traffic controllers, sculptors, designers, landscape gardeners etc.

Musical rythmical intelligence
Musical/rythmical intelligence

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composer and musician

  • The world of sound, beat, rhythm, melody, tone, volume

  • Musicians, composers, singers, music lovers etc.

Kinaesthetic bodily intelligence
Kinaesthetic bodily intelligence

  • Rudolf Nureyev, Russian ballet dancer

  • Movement either with your whole body or parts of it (for eg. fingers or hands)

  • Sportsmen, handicrafts, dancers, masseurs etc.

Interpersonal intelligence
Interpersonal intelligence

  • Mahatma Ghandi, Indian political leader who fought for freedom and civil rights

  • Ability to listen to others and understand their feelings, establish good relationships, be good at negotiation and persuasion

  • Skilled parents, teachers, psychologists, politicians, priests, lawyers etc.

Intrapersonal intelligence
Intrapersonal intelligence

  • I think, therefore I am.

  • René Descartes, French philosopher

  • The ability to focus on your self, be aware of and understand your thoughts, feelings and wishes

  • Happines at being on your own, love of daydreaming

  • Philosophers, psychologists, thinkers etc.

Natural intelligence
Natural intelligence

  • Being in harmony with nature in the way that many early peoples were

  • For eg. some people know (or feel) when to water, when not to water plants, what the weather will be like, what the next season will be like

  • Gardeners, farmers, foresters etc.