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Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
Transcript of Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
Students with mathematical-logical intelligence:
Have the ability to think logically, reason deductively and identify patterns.
First develops with the use of manipulatives and improves with time
Professions connected to mathematical-logical intelligence are scientist and mathematicians
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Have the ability to use one’s body in a skilled way, for self expression or toward a goal.
Students with musical intelligence:
Have the ability to understand, appreciate, and respect nature.
Students with naturalist intelligence:
Students with kinesthetic intelligence:
Acquire the skill to calculate very quickly and understand logical sequencing
Music intelligence is often detected at an early age.
Have a strong understanding of rhythm, musical tone quality, and pitch
Makes the most possible use of sound
Connected to mathematical-logical intelligence. Music contains mathematical patterns, ratio, and regularity.
The ability to understand one’s own emotions
I made a deliberate attempt to write about “multiple intelligences”:”multiple” to stress an unknown number of separate human capacities, ranging from musical intelligence to the intelligence involved in understanding oneself.
It is a pluralistic view of mind recognizing many different facets of cognition, acknowledging that people have different cognitive strengths and contrasting cognitive styles.
In my view, the purpose of school should be to develop goals that are appropriate to their particular spectrum of intelligences. People who are helped to do so, I believe, feel more engaged and competent, and therefore more inclined to serve society in a constructive way.
-- Howard Gardner
Students use music and kinesthic to learn the 50 states.
Created by Joann Brady
and Ed Powers
Think in Pictures
Perceive the visual world accurately, and recreate or alter it in the mind or paper.
Students with spatial intelligence:
Students with linguistic intelligence:
Tend to think in words and have highly developed auditory skills
Have better memorization and storytelling capabilities
Focus on vocabulary, grammar, and can clearly express their thoughts using words
Professions connected to linguistic intelligence are teachers, lawyers, writers, and translators
Developed through reading, writing, and discussing aspects that
The ability to perceive and understand other individuals – their moods, desires, and motivations
Students debate and listen to different opinions to develop interpersonal intelligence.