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Howard Gardner: Multiple Intelligences Theory

Howard Gardner: Multiple Intelligences Theory

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  1. What is Multiple Intellignce?

  2. The theory of multiple intelligences is Howard Gardner's theory that proposes that people are not born with all of the intelligence they will ever have. • It says that Everyone is intelligent in at least nine different ways and can develop each aspect of intelligence to an average level of competency. • Intelligence , as defined by Gardner, is the ability to solve problems that are valuable in one or more cultural settings. What is Multiple Intellignce?

  3. Breaks down in different "intelligences" to categorize talents and skills. • Gardner: “ The kinds of intelligence would allow different ways to teach, rather than one." What is this theory?

  4. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence. • Intrapersonal Intelligence. • Interpersonal Intelligence • Linguistic Intelligence. • Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence. • Visual-Spatial Intelligence. • Musical Intelligence. • Naturalist Intelligence. • Existential Intelligence The Type of Multiple intelligences

  5. Ability to explore patterns, categories and relationships by manipulating objects or symbols, and to experiment in a controlled, orderly way. • Ability to reason either deductively or inductively and to recognize and manipulate abstract patterns and relationships. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

  6. Ability to gain access to understand one's inner feelings, dreams and ideas. • Personal knowledge turned inward to the self. This form of intellect entails the ability to understand one's own emotions, goals and intentions. Intrapersonal Intelligence

  7. Ability to use language to excite, please, convince, stimulate or convey information. • Involves not only ease in producing language, but also sensitivity to the nuances, order and rhythm of words. . Linguistic Intelligence

  8. Ability to understand other people, to notice their goals, motivations, intentions, and to work effectively with them. • Emphathize with others, observe and understand others’moods, feelings, temparament.. Interpersonal Intelligence

  9. Ability to use fine and gross motor skills in sports, the performing arts, or arts and crafts production. • Bodily Intelligence involves using the body to solve problems, to create products, and to convey ideas and emotions. Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence

  10. Ability to perceive and mentally manipulate a form or object, and to perceive and create tension, balance andcomposition in a visual or spatial display. • Ability to create visual-spatial representations of the world and to transfer those representations either mentally or concretely. Visual-Spatial Intelligence

  11. Ability to enjoy, perform or compose a musical piece. • Includes sensitivity to pitch, rhythm of sounds, as well as responsiveness to the emotional implications of these elements. Musical Intelligence

  12. Ability to recognise flora and fauna, communion with the natural world and its phenomena. • Involves the full range of knowing what occurs in and through our encounters with the natural world including our recognition, appreciation, and understanding of the natural environment.. Naturalist Intelligence

  13. Existential Intelligence is concerned with the inner life of mind and spirit and its relationship to being in the world. • It implies a capacity for a deep understanding of existential • questions and insight into multiple levels of consciousness; and also implies awareness of spirit as the creative life force of evolution. Existential Intelligence

  14. “Multiple Intelligence as a Diagnostic Tool” Concusion • Asks “how are you smart?” rather than “how smart are you?” • Helps teachers see how students learn • No competition and does not injure the child’s self-esteem • Helps parents know how to help their kids learn

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