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Multiple intelligence

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The ability to use the body to perform different functions and tasks . The people who belong to this intelligence like to move , dance , walk and play different sports . They have fine excellent skills . The use of body movement in learning will help in processing and retaining information .
The ability to use language in writing , reading and speaking . People that belong to this intelligence enjoy saying , hearing and seeing words . They like telling stories and are easily motivated by books , dramas and writing.
The invention of the ipad , iphone and other android devices have brought a new era in education . These devices caters to all different intelligences. In fact most apps touch upon all different types of intelligences. An app which could cover all different kinds of intelligences would be a hard one to make but also would be the most useful and efficient to use . Just like all students don't fit into one intelligence .The apps too are designed to touch as many intelligences as possible . Students can use whichever app they chose to study. Each student will naturally develop their own study style and use it to it’s full potential. I have taken some apps and divided them accordingly to the intelligences they belong to .
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES


PRADHAN SATISH

14 / 03 / 2013
ABSTRACT -



The theory of multiple intelligences was invented by Dr Howard Gardner . It is based on the theory that different people learn , understand and implement different types of intelligences . If the educators know which intelligence students possess it would be easier to make relevant lessons that correlate with those strengths . In this Fred i have made an info graphic to show how people with different intelligence are spread throughout the city and have also explained the different kinds of multiple intelligences and how different people posses different kinds of intelligences and how they can be categorized into different segments . I have made people who i know take a test based on this theory (link: (http://www.literacyworks.org/mi/assessment/findyourstrengths.html ) ) and observed which intelligences they posses and divided them accordingly . This dose not mean that each individual have only one kind of intelligence but a multiple number of intelligences within which one of them is the strongest . In one part of the fred i have also talked about the use of multiple intelligences in creating applications for I Pad , I Phones and other devices .
KEYWORDS -
Intelligences , Theory , Psychometric , Behaviorist , Generation , Developmental , Linguistic , Verbal , Language , Logical , Mathematical , Visual , Spatial , Kinaesthetic , Musical , Rhythm , Composition , Appreciation , Interpersonal , Motivations , Educators , Interapersonal , Nature , Environmental , Naturalistic , Spiritual , Religious ,
KEYWORDS -
The use of letter blocks, or letters on index cards to spell words.

A walk while discussing a story or gathering ideas for a story.

The use of the whole arm to write letters and words in the air.

Change of place and the use of different kinds of tools to write, eg : typewriter, computer, blackboard, or large pieces of paper.

Handleing a Koosh ball during a study session.

Take a break and do a cross-lateral walks .
SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
Test results of David
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.29
3.14
2.86
SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
Reading anything aloud , like plays and poetry .

Exploring and developing the love for words , finding meanings of words , names and idioms .

Use of different kinds of dictionaries .

Use of recorders to tape stories and write it .

Reading together

Researching different names
Test results of Rakshitha
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.32
3.68
3.24
The ability to understand oneself and recognize similarities and differences from others . People with this intelligence like to spend time with themselves and like to think things over and over . They like working on their own . They prefer trial and error .
SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
The practice of breathing for relaxation

Working on computers

Keeping time to think about new ideas and information

listen to and read tapes and books .
Test results of Rakshitha
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
Test results of Linda
4.12
3.46
3.23
The ability to use numbers and to reason well .
People who have this intelligence like to know
and understand how things work . People with this intelligence have good critical thinking . They like
to solve puzzles and other mathematical concepts .

SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
The practice arranging pictures or folders in logical way .

Exploring the origins of words .

Use of mind maps to come up with ideas and details .

Finding out the relationship between words . Looking for patterns in words .

Playing games that require critical thinking .

Writing down directions of use for different tasks .
Test results of Andy
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.57
4.29
4.09
SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
The ability to use shape and graphically
represented visual and spatial ideas .
People of this intelligence remember things
visually including the shape, size and color .
People of this intelligence enjoy drawing and
creating maps, diagrams , graphs to learn things .

The practice of writing vertically .

Visualizing words .

Use of color to highlight a point .

Illustrating a story after hearing it .

Making a collage using different cutout of
words to link the sentence .
Test results of Yomar
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.43
4.29
3.57
The ability to recognize rhythm melody and pitch .
People of this intelligence like the rhythm and sound of language. They like songs . They remember things well when they are associated with music or rhythm. They can incorporate sounds into whatever they are learning and doing .

SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
The practice of giving emphasis on certain sounds for pronunciation.

Reading a story with the use of different tones, sad, then happy, then angry.

Working with words that sound like what they mean
Reading lyrics of music.

Use of music as background while revising and for helping to remember new material.
The ability to understand others better by knowing
their emotions and thoughts . People who belong to this intelligence like to develop ideas and learn from other people. They like to talk and have good social skills. They perform well by taking part in group discussions or discussing a topic one-to-one with another person.

SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
The practice of a dialogue or a play with other people .

Getting involved in team learning/investigating projects.

Setting up interview questions and interviewing your family, and writing down the interview.

Writing notes to another instead of talking.
The ability to have an emotional attachment towards nature , plants and animals . People with this intelligence are sensitive to nature and environment. They will be familiar with the names of birds and trees. They love to be outdoors.
SOME TIPS TO HELP IN RETAINING INFORMATION:
The practice of working in the garden.

Knowledge about plants and/or animals.
Study habits of fish or birds.

Reading nature magazines.

Taking photographs of a trip . Writing a story describing the photographs.
Test results of Robin
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.35
3.25
3.12
Test results of Prateek
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.12
3.12
3.05
Test results of Shishira
Intelligence
Score (5.0 is the highest)
4.23
3.78
3.16
VISUAL INTELLIGENCE
MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE
LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE
LOGICAL INTELLIGENCE
KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE
NATURAL INTELLIGENCE
INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE
REFERENCES

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Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory, PBS, retrieved 9 December 2012
Gardner, Howard (2002), "Interpersonal Communication amongst Multiple Subjects: A Study in Redundancy", Experimental Psychology
Gardner, Howard (1998), "A Reply to Perry D. Klein's 'Multiplying the problems of intelligence by eight'", Canadian Journal of Education 23 (1): 96–102,
Smith, Mark K. (2002, 2008), Gardner "Howard Gardner, multiple intelligences and education", the encyclopedia of informal education, retrieved 22 October 2011
http://www.tecweb.org/styles/gardner.html from "The Distance Learning Technology Resource Guide," by Carla Lane
http://www.businessballs.com/howardgardnermultipleintelligences.html © Multiple Intelligences concept: Howard Gardner 1983; review and other materials: Alan Chapman 2003-2012
http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/mi/© 2004 Educational Broadcasting Corporation.
http://ipadders.eu/apps-for-multiple-intelligences/© 2013 ipadders.eu
Q and A

Q1) What is understood by Linguistic intelligence ?

A1 ) It involves sensitivity to spoken and written language, the ability to learn languages, and the capacity to use language to accomplish certain goals. This intelligence includes the ability to effectively use language to express oneself rhetorically or poetically; and language as a means to remember information. Writers, poets, lawyers and speakers are among those that Howard Gardner sees as having high linguistic intelligence.

Q2) What is Spatial intelligence ?

A2 )Spatial intelligence involves the potential to recognize and use the patterns of wide space and more confined areas.

Q3) What is the appeal of multiple intelligences to educators ?

A3 ) Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences has not been readily accepted within academic psychology. However, it has met with a strongly positive response from many educators. A number of schools in North America have looked to structure curricula according to the intelligences, and to design classrooms and even whole schools to reflect the understandings that Howard Gardner develops. The theory can also be found in use within pre-school, higher, vocational and adult education initiatives.

Q4 ) Why is it important to assess people for multiple intelligence ?

A4 )In Assessment, we can learn how to identify the learners' preferred intelligences and take inventory of the learners' skills. The assessment activities are designed to help us tailor the teaching methods to the learners' strengths.
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