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Multiple Intelligence

How do your learn best? Discover all nine multiple intelligences and what each mean to you!

Jared Laberge

on 6 May 2015

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Transcript of Multiple Intelligence

How do you learn best?
Before we begin, complete the MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES SURVEY and find out the area(s) you learn best.
You enjoy using words and working with languages.
Possible Jobs: writer, teacher, lawyer, comedian, journalist/editor, politician, etc.
Skills: listening, reading, speaking, writing, and storytelling.
Possible Jobs: accountant, computer programmer, engineer, detective, scientist, physician, etc.
Possible Jobs: actor, athlete, dancer, firefighter, personal trainer, surgeon, etc.
Possible Jobs: nurse/doctor, politician, psychologist/counsellor, teacher, customer service, social worker, etc.
Possible Jobs: philosopher, counsellor, researcher, psychologist, therapist, writer, etc.
Possible Jobs: architect, mechanic, artist, interior decorator, web design, photographer etc.
Possible Jobs: disk jockey, sound editor, singer, musician, audiologist, speech pathologist, etc.
Possible Jobs: botanist, farmer, veterinarian, meteorologist, environmental worker, geologist, etc.
Possible Jobs: theologian, philosopher, psychiatrist, human resources, motivational speaker, theoretical scientist, etc.
You enjoy using numbers and identifying patterns.
Skills: numbers, reasoning, and problem solving.
You enjoy physical activities and are very coordinated.
Skills: games/sports, movement, hands-on tasks, and building.
You enjoy relating to and working with others.
Skills: cooperative, good listener, understanding, and outgoing.
You enjoy self-reflecting and considering strengths and weaknesses.
Skills: reflective, intuitive, and understanding.
You enjoy thinking in pictures and organizing things spatially.
Skills: puzzles, visual arts, graphs, and mapping.
You enjoy producing and appreciating music.
Skills: playing instruments, singing, and identifying rhythms.
You enjoy being outside and working with nature.
Skills: gardening (green thumb), categorizing, and working with animals.
You enjoy thinking of the deeper meaning of life and your actions.
Skills: thoughtful, reflective, and analytical.
You enjoy relating to and working with others.
You enjoy relating to and working with others.
"Smart" does not necessarily mean doing well in school. In fact, there's no such thing as SMART! Each student in this room has multiple ways of learning and absorbing information. These are called multiple intelligences.

Diversity is essential to society!
How can an individual exercise their entire brain?
The multiple intelligences are: verbal/linguistic, logical/mathematical, bodily/kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, visual/spatial, naturalistic, or existential. For each of us, these can be our abilities or our challenges!
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