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  • 1.

Multiple Intelligences 2.

3.

  • People engage in different kinds of thinking
  • There is a connection between thinking and intelligence
  • Howard Gardner challenges traditional views of intelligence which he says have centered on only 2 types of intelligence ( linguistic & logical mathematical)
  • This theory is more appealing cross culturally because other forms of intelligence are valued in other cultures
  • Real people have a blend of intelligences & teachers must consider instructional strategies that uses all the intelligences

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  • Most people are strong in at least one of the intelligence areas.
  • Historically the traditional intelligences were privileged but Gardner proposes that all 8 of his intelligences are of equal utility
  • Teachers have embraced this theory because it is easy to apply to teaching and learning
  • This theory also provides for alternative forms of assessment. Instead of answering the question How smart are you? assessment becomes How are you smart?
  • All intelligences can be taught & nurtured

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  • The ability to solve problems that one encounters in real life
  • The ability to generate new problems to solve
  • The ability to make something or offer a service that is valued within ones culture

6.

  • Linguistic
  • Logical/ Mathematical
  • Spatial
  • Bodily/ Kinesthetic
  • Musical
  • Interpersonal
  • Intrapersonal
  • Naturalistic

7.

  • Linguistic Intelligence
    • capacity to use language
    • Able to express what is onyour mind
    • Adept with words
    • WordSmart

8.

  • Logical/ Mathematical
  • Intelligence
    • Adept with numbers &
    • reasoning
    • Manipulate numbers, quantities and numbers
    • Number Smart

9.

  • Spatial Intelligence
    • Adept with pictures &
    • images
    • Able to represent the
    • spatial world internally
    • in your mind
    • Picture Smart

10.

  • Bodily/ Kinesthetic
  • Intelligence
    • capacity to use parts of the body to solve a problem, make something or put on some kind of production
    • Body Smart

11.

  • Musical Intelligence
    • capacity to think in
    • Music, able to hear
    • patterns, recognize them,
    • manipulate them
    • Music Smart

12.

  • Interpersonal Intelligence
    • understanding other
    • People
    • ability to work with &
    • motivate others toward a
    • common goal
    • People Smart

13.

  • Intrapersonal Intelligence
    • Skills of self-knowledge
    • Knowing who you are, what
    • you can do, what you want
    • Self smart

14.

  • Naturalistic Intelligence
  • Skills of making
  • connection to elements
  • in nature
  • Nature Smart

15.

  • If you have strong linguistic intelligence you might learn better by
  • Reading
  • Memorizing
  • Playing word games
  • Making up rhymes, puns
  • Using the internet

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If you have strong logical-mathematical intelligence you might learn better by

  • Recording information systematically
  • Setting up experiments (What if?)
  • Playing strategy games (Chess, Checkers)
  • Analyzing data
  • Asking logical questions
  • Using the internet

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If you have strong spatial intelligence you might learn better by

  • Studying pictures
  • Watching videos
  • Using visual, tangible aids
  • Doing mazes, puzzles
  • Making predictions
  • internet

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If you have strong bodily-kinesthetic intelligence you might learn better by

  • Doing role plays
  • Constructing physical examples
  • Exercising while reviewing
  • Visiting museums, institutions, parks
  • Asking logical questions
  • Using the internet

19.

If you have strong musical intelligence you might learn better by Listening to recordings Talking to yourself

  • Making up songs
  • Mentally repeating information
  • Reading aloud
  • Changing tempo

20.

If you have strong interpersonal intelligence you might learn better by

  • Studying in groups
  • Comparing information with others
  • Interviewing experts
  • Relating personal experiences
  • Being a team player
  • Doing cooperative projects

21.

If you have strong intrapersonal intelligence you might learn better by

  • Avoiding distractions
  • Establishing personal goals
  • Playing solitary games
  • Setting own pace
  • Working alone
  • Relating personal experiences

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If you have strong naturalistic intelligence you might learn better by Studying outside Learning in the presence of plants & pets

  • Relating environmental issues to topics
  • Smelling, seeing touching, tasting ,
  • Observing natural phenomenon

23.

  • Studies continue
    • Naturalistic Intelligence
    • Emotional intelligence
    • Moral Intelligence
    • Spiritual Intelligence

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  • Charlie Chaplin and Maria Sharapova are two extraordinary examples of the following intelligence:
    • Visual Spatial
    • Bodily Kinaesthetic
    • Musical rhythmic
  • Jane Goodall andDavid Suzuki are great examples of this intelligence:
  • Logical Mathematical
  • Naturalist
  • Intrapersonal

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  • 3. Pablo Picasso and the architect Frank Lloyd Wright had the following capacity in great measure:
    • Visual Spatial intelligence
    • Logical Mathematical intelligence
    • Verbal Linguistic intelligence
  • 4. The famous lawyer Ed Greenspoon andthe chess champion Gary Kasparov have the following intelligence in common:
  • Interpersonal
  • Verbal Linguistic
  • Logical Mathematical
  • 5. Former prime minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau and talk show host Oprah Winfrey are examples of :
    • Bodily Kinaesthetic intelligence
    • Interpersonal intelligence
    • Intrapersonal intelligence

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  • 6. What do Arethra Franklin and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart have in common?
    • Naturalist intelligence
    • Musical rhythmic intelligence
    • Visual Spatial intelligence
  • 7. Authors Henry David Thoreau and Khalil Gibran had abundant:
    • Intrapersonal intelligence
    • Interpersonal intelligence
    • Musical rhythmic intelligence
  • 8.The work of Margaret Atwood, David Bergen, Anne Marie McDonald demonstrates:
  • Bodily Kinaesthetic intelligence
  • Verbal Linguistic intelligence
  • Naturalist intelligence

28.

  • Go to
  • http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/
  • Complete the self test and print out the result.

29.

Armstrong, Thomas.Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd Ed. .Alexandria, VA:ASCD, 2000. Armstrong, Thomas.In Their Own Way:Discovering and Encouraging Your Childs Multiple Intelligences .New York:Tarcher/Putnam, 200