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Multiple Intelligences. More than one way to skin a cat!. Verbal Linguistic. Oral and written communication Creating stories Debating, discussing Learning languages Playing word games Quotes, sayings. Spells easily Telling jokes, puns Uses correct grammar Writing.

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multiple intelligences

Multiple Intelligences

More than one way to skin a cat!

skills and preferences
Oral and written communication

Creating stories

Debating, discussing

Learning languages

Playing word games

Quotes, sayings

Spells easily

Telling jokes, puns

Uses correct grammar


Skills and Preferences
verbal linguistic people
John Dewey

Joan of Arc

Walter Cronkite

Barbara Walters

John Steinbeck

Winston Churchill

Bill Cosby

Martin Luther King, Jr.

William Shakespeare

Langston Hughes

Walt Whitman

P.T. Barnum

Ernest Hemingway

Edgar Allan Poe

Verbal/Linguistic People
words of wisdom
Words of Wisdom
  • A room without books is like a body without a soul. Cicero
  • The difference between the right work and the almost right work is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug. Mark Twain
  • Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind. Rudyard Kipling
skills preferences






Playing strategy games



Solving logic problems

Using abstract symbols

Skills & Preferences
end states and models
H. R. Block

Bill Gates

Agatha Christie

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Alexander Graham Bell

Thomas Edison

Thurgood Marshall


Albert Einstein

Isaac Newton

Sandra Day O’Connor

End States and Models
figuring out
Figuring Out
  • I think, therefore I am. Descartes
  • Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted. Einstein
  • “Contrariwise” continued Tweedledee, “If it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be ; but as it isn’t, it ain’t. That’s logic.” Lewis Carroll
visual spatial intelligence
Visual/Spatial Intelligence

Visual/Spatial Intelligence

Visual/Spatial Intelligence

skills preferences11
Appreciating architecture


Building models

Charting, graphing




Remembers visual details


Solving jigsaw puzzles

Thinking in pictures and images

Skills & Preferences
end states models
Frank Lloyd Wright

Martha Stewart

Annie Oakley

Ansel Adams

Anne Geddes

Leif Ericson

Bobby Fischer


End States & Models
words of wisdom13
Words of Wisdom
  • Thinking in pictures precedes thinking in words. Immanuel Kant
  • I found that I could say things with color and spaces that I had no words for. Georgia O’Keffe
  • Art is the only way to run away without leaving home. Twyla Tharpe
skills and preferences15
Composing melodies




Keeping time

Identifying instruments


Perfect pitch

Tapping feet, hands

Understanding structure of music

Reading/writing music

Skills and Preferences
end state and models


Irving Berlin

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Arthur Fiedler

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

John Lennon

Barbra Streisand

Frank Sinatra

Bob Dylan

End State and Models
getting in tune
Getting in Tune
  • If you have to ask what jazz is, you will never know. Louis Armstrong
  • It is in learning music that many youthful hearts learn to love. Dominique Ricard
  • The notes I handle no better than many pianists. But the pauses between the notes -- ah, that is where the art resides. Artur Schnabel
skills and preferences19

Athletic performances



Hand-eye coordination


Moving with grace

Playing sports

Using gestures

Body language

Skills and Preferences
end states models20
Michael Jordan

Tiger Woods

Steve Martin

Robin Williams

John Wayne

Mikhail Barishnikov

Mohammed Ali

Fred Astaire

Arnold Schwarzenegger

David Copperfield

Charlie Chaplin

Jim Carrey

End States & Models
moving to intelligence
Moving to Intelligence
  • Great ideas originate in the muscles. Thomas Edison
  • I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Confucius
  • Pro football is like nuclear warfare. There are no winners, only survivors. Frank Gifford
skills preferences23
Analyzing similarities and differences

Appreciating plants, flowers, trees

Classifying and caring for plants, gardens, pets, wild animals

Predicting the weather

Discovering patterns in nature

Protecting the environment

Recognizing species, rocks, star, clouds

Skills & Preferences
end states models24
George Washington Carver

Galileo Galilei

Carl Sagan

Jonas Salk

Louis Pasteur

Rachel Carson

Carles Darwin

Jane Goodall

Jacques Cousteau

John James Audubon

James Herriott

End States & Models
the nature of things
The Nature of Things
  • Nature, to be commanded, must be obeyed. Francis Bacon
  • The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible. Albert Einstein
  • The goal of life is living in agreement with nature. Zeno of Citium (335 B.C.)
skills preferences27
Caring for/teaching others

Communicating with others


sympathizing with others

Respecting different points of view

Working as a team member

Interacting with others


Being sensitive to moods

Skills & Preferences
end states models28
Margaret Mead

Princess Diana

Mother Theresa

Albert Schweitzer

Florence Nightingale

Andrew Carnegie

John Kennedy

Ann Landers

Harriet Tubman

Oprah Winfrey

Sojourner Truth

End States & Models
just between friends
Just Between Friends
  • The only proper intoxication is conversation. Oscar Wilde
  • If you judge people, you have no time to love them. Mother Theresa
  • Grief can take care of itself; but to get the full value of joy, you must have someone to divide it with.

Mark Twain




skills preferences31
Attending to memories, fantasies, dreams

Clarifying values and beliefs

Controlling impulses

Enjoying think time, alone time, quiet time


Cognitive thinking

Skills & Preferences
end states models32


Walt Whitman


Thomas Jefferson

Abraham Lincoln



Deepak Copra



Mary Baker Eddy

St. Thomas Aquinas

End States & Models
to know thyself
To Know Thyself
  • The purpose of life is to know one’s self. Gandhi
  • It is not who is right, but what is right, that is important. Thomas Huxley
  • Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control: These three alone lead life to sovereign power. Alfred Tennyson