Theory of multiple intelligences

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  • What Is Multiple Intelligences Intrapersonal And Potential Intelligence

    Multiple Intelligences; Intrapersonal and Spatial Intelligences Dr. Howard Gardner the Professor of Education at Harvard University developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences in 1983. In his book “Frames of Mind”, he proposed the existence of at least seven basic intelligences. More recently, he has added an eight and discussed the possibility of the ninth one. The theory of MI is an attempt of understanding how children learn. Through different abilities, such as reading, writing, moving…

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  • Spearman's Two Factor Theory Of Intelligence

    Intelligence is defined as the ability to learn and think logically about abstract concepts while also being able to adapt to the environment. Chapter seven is all about intelligence and academic skills. This chapter discusses two major intelligence theories: Gardner’s and Sternberg’s. The psychometric approach to intelligence is the attempt to quantify people’s psychological skills and abilities based off a paper and pencil test or physical measurements. One of the most well-known tests is…

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  • The Importance Of Standardized Testing In Education

    defining what to test for and what is considered intelligence makes the topic of intelligence a hard a intricate subject. There are two different theories in the progress towards measuring intelligence Generalized intelligence is a narrower definition of intelligence focusing on analytical intelligence. The other theory is multiple intelligence which says that there are multiple types of intelligence separate from one another. Intelligence is a very important part of life and has aid or…

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  • How Multiple Intelligences Affect Sixth Grade Students

    The first article I have chosen to review is titled, To what extent do different multiple intelligences affect sixth grade students’ achievement level on the particle model of matter, by Zehra Ozdilek. In the introduction of this article, he explains how students in a Turkish elementary school are having a difficult time understanding the concept of matter which was new in the curriculum that year. He then also explains how Howard Gardner believe that teachers needed to be aware that each child…

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  • Education: The Role Of Diversity In The Classroom

    become better and create better life opportunities. Personality, I see diversity as a good thing because it gives students the opportunity to construct knowledge about other cultures. Plus, social-cultural constructivism complements the multiple intelligences theory because learning about other cultures creates awareness which creates inclusion of every student including special needs students. Inclusion by sharing and interacting with other cultures in different learning styles and…

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  • Personal Narrative: Lesson Plan

    made specifically honed in on multiple intelligences,communication, and differentiation. For the multiple intelligences aspect of the lesson plan I incorporated a variety of different activities that different students would enjoy. Writing and presenting for students with the linguistic intelligence, calculating calories and prices for students with mathematical intelligence, gestures and actions during the song and vocab presentation for bodily kinesthetic intelligence, working in pairs for…

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  • Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle Theory

    Critical evaluation Multiple Intelligences theory Gardner’s view of intelligences has now become one of the famous theories in the educational world, but does the theory truly improve people’s understanding in a scientific, progressive way and helpful in education and learning back to 1980-1990’s? This question could be discussed in the changes of evaluation, educational and learning view. First, there were various standpoints before multiple intelligences theory, but the main world recognized…

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  • What´s Multiple Intelligence Or Extrinsic Motivation?

    2) Multiple Intelligence There is no doubt that each individual has uniqueness and as a result they differ from one another because of varying abilities. Howard Gardner who is well-known as a father of Multiple Intelligences (MI) theory believes that individual’s intelligence indicates potentials that must be nurtured. McInerney (2015) therefore advises that attention, encouragement and inclusive trainings should be given to develop individuals’ competence. There are nine intelligences proposed…

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  • Analysis Of Jean Piaget's Cognitive Development Theory

    Jean Piaget’s Cognitive Development theory was inspired by observing his own children and eventually other people as well. Piaget suggested that people and children in particular learn through experience. He suggested that when we face a new experience or obstacle are brain is forced think in a new way and come up with a resolution. By doing this our brain becomes more sophisticated and better equipped for handling the situation if it happens again. Because we already went through that…

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  • Applicatio Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory In Education

    MI Theory in Education Since Gardner proposed his Multiple Intelligences Theory in his book, Frames of Mind in 1983, a great majority of educators have been applying it in education. They have considered the idea of multiple intelligences as a ‘powerful medicine’ for the shortcomings that are existent in the educational system. Whether they used it as a teaching approach, method or strategy or as an assessment tool, they agreed on that instruction should be tailored according to the multiple…

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