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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE

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Transcript of MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE

HOWARD GARDNER

Only THEY???
Every one with a

Brain
Matter of how we are

SMART?
&
How we process

INFORMATION?
"Ability to solve problems or to create products
which are valued in one or more cultural settings."

How we can solve problems
or
how we are smart?
(not how smart we are )

He came up with

Eight Multiple Intelligences

Verbal/Linguistic

Enjoys reading, writing, and discussing.

Remembers what has been said and read .

Speaks effectively.
Can learn other languages.
Highly developed auditory skills
.
Memorization and storytelling capabilities.
2
Logical
OR
Mathematical

Read aloud dramatically.
listen to lectures and listen to notes you read.
Making up rhymes and puns.
Playing word games, like crosswords, scrabble etc.

1.
List the key points in a logical, numbered sequence.

2.
Make a flow chart or diagram that expresses what you are learning in a step-by-step manner.
1
Is familiar with the concepts of number and cause and effect.

Love to play strategy games like, chess and checkers and number games like Sudoku.

Ask logical questions .

like doing experiments
Enjoys concrete learning experiences such as field trips, model building, participating in role play, games, or physical exercise.

Skillful in acting, athletics, dancing, sewing, carving.

Make notes by paraphrasing.


Learns best by direct involvement and participation like role play.
Remembers most clearly what was done, rather than what was said or observed.

Walk around while reading.
3
Bodily/ Kinesthetic

4.

SPATIAL / VISUAL

Learns by seeing and observing.
Recognizes faces, objects, shapes, colours, details, and scenes.
Thinks in pictures.
Uses visual images as an aid in recalling information.
Enjoys drawing, painting, sculpting, art, jigsaw puzzles.
Create a learning map using key words, primarily nouns
Create a poster, cartoon, a video, or time line.
Use symbols instead of words
Colour or highlight new ideas.
Write down what is heard.
Prepare graphs and diagrams.
Using visual tangible aids

5
MUSICAL / RHYTHMIC

Is eager to learn from music and musicians.
Develops the ability to sing and/or play an instrument.
Tap limbs rhythmically attending to a lecture.
They think in sounds, rhythms and patterns.

Write a song, jingle or rap.
Humming tunes
Background music as you think about the topic.
Music that represents what you are learning.
Quiet classical music has proven to stimulate the emotional center of the brain.
6
NATURALISTIC
learn better by studying outside
learning in the presence of plants and pets
Relating environmental issues to topic.
7
INTRAPERSONAL

Establishing personal goals.
Playing solitary games.
Setting own pace.
Working alone.
Relating own personal experience
.
8
INTERPERSONAL
Studying in groups or through discussion.
Comparing information with others
Interviewing experts.
Doing cooperative projects.
Being a team player.
Ability to use words effectively; effective use of spelling, vocabulary and grammar.
The ability to use reason ,
logic and numbers.
The ability to visualize pictures or objects accurately and recreate or alter them in mind or paper.
The ability to think in & to be able to hear patterns.
The ability to identify and a sensitivity to natural forms (e.g. birds, flowers, trees, animals, clouds, geological formations).
Ability to understand yourself; knowing who you are, what you can do, what you want to do, how you react to things, which things to avoid, and which things to gravitate toward.
The ability to understand, relate and work with people.
They can see from other perspectives
They can establish positive relations with other people.

They understand their own
strengths and weaknesses.
They try to understand their inner feelings, dreams and relationship with others.
Write a private journal or evaluation.
SELF SMART
PEOPLE SMART
The ability to understand,
appreciate and respect nature.
Love to work with plants or animals.
Understand information when you
connect to a real life problem.
The ability to use one's body in a skilled way for self expression or towards a goal.
WORD SMART
LOGIC SMART
BODY SMART
SMART
PICTURE SMART
NATURE SMART
HOW ???
WHY???
0
0
O
0
0
O
Verbal/Linguistic


Logical OR Mathematical


Bodily/ Kinesthetic



SPATIAL / VISUAL


MUSICAL / RHYTHMIC


NATURALISTIC

INTRAPERSONAL


INTERPERSONAL
Word Smart
Logic Smart
Body Smart
Picture Smart
Music Smart
Self Smart
People Smart
Nature Smart
It is possible to develop all intelligence.Then our learning becomes easier.
Now, it is your time to find out what type of
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE
you have!

You have born with certain ability and potential to solve a problem in a certain way and your environment helps shape the way you learn.
SO.....
Other types :

Existential Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence
Moral Intelligence
Spiritual Intelligence.
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