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Multiple Intelligences

An overview of Triarchic Theory, Frames of Mind and Emotional Intelligence
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chris smith

on 10 June 2014

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Transcript of Multiple Intelligences

Multiple
3 Theories
Robert J. Sternberg's
Triarchic Theory
3 forms of Intelligence:
analytical
creative
practical
Intelligences
compare & contrast
evaluate
analyze
judge
originate
invent
create
imagine
apply
implement
use
practice
in·tel·li·gence [in-tel-i-juhns]
the ability to solve problems and to adapt and learn from experiences
Analytic Students
Have good grades
Succeed in formal education
Score well on IQ & SAT tests
Creative Students
Unique
Not top academic performers
Non-conformist
Practical Students
Good social skills
Common sense or "street smart"
Adaptable
Howard Gardner's
Eight (now nine) Frames of Mind
verbal
mathematical
existentialist
naturalistic
intrapersonal
bodily-kinesthetic
spatial
3
intelligence types are usually present
Sternberg proposed:
teaching should be geared to each intelligence for maximum learning

1
is generally dominant
>1
is required for most tasks
language
words
journalist
author
verbal
numbers
operations
accountant
engineer
mathematical
3-D
navigation
artist
architect
spatial
bodily-kinesthetic
physical
manipulation
surgeon
athlete
rhythm
pitch
composer
musician
musical
direction
introspection
psychologist
theologian
intrapersonal
cooperation
interaction
social worker
teacher
interpersonal
pattern
classification
landscaper
farmer
naturalist
meaning
existence
life coach
philosopher
existentialist
Intelligences are unique cognitive skills
Intelligence can be lost through disease or injury
All intelligences are present to some extent
Intelligences interact together
Gardner proposed:
Teach students in ways that they can learn and assess them in ways that they can show what they have learned
Peter Salovey
&
John Mayer's
Emotional Intelligence
perception
expression
relationships
feelings
emotional
Recognizing emotions in self and others
Understanding emotions in relationships
Using emotions to facilitate thinking
Managing emotions in self and others
1. Compare the three theories of multiple intelligences and describe where they intersect, i.e., what is common to all three?
2. Create an activity list for a high school geometry class, appealing to as many intelligences as possible. Label each activity with the specific intelligence(s) it is targeting.
3. Gardner began with seven frames of mind and expanded to nine. Develop your own unique frame of mind, give it a name, and write at least two sentences describing the skills that define it.
4. If you could only possess one of Sternberg’s three forms of intelligence (analytical, creative or practical), which one would you select and why?
5. Recommend lucrative careers for a world where emotional intelligence is the most highly regarded.
Assessment
musical
interpersonal
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