ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER(ADD) does not pay attention to the subject ordoes not become motivated because ofthe teaching methods and becomes a caseof dropout or stagnates
THREE KINDS OF LEARNINGSTYLES Visual Learners Auditory Learners Kinaesthetic Learners
Visual Learners 65% of the population learn through what they are able to seewith their own eyes love aids such as photos, diagrams, mapsand graphs frequently are good writers
Auditory Learners 30% of the population good listeners absorb information in a more efficientmanner throughsounds, music, discussions, teachings appreciate books on tape and may findthat reading aloud will help them to retaininformation
Kinaesthetic Learners 5% of the population learn best through moving, doing, actingout and touching Projects that are hands-on in nature arebest for Kinaesthetic Learners
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCESTHEORY Dr Howard Gardner (1983) a professor at Harvard University
Linguistic intelligence ("wordsmart") ability to learn languages, and thecapacity to use language to accomplishcertain goals Writers, poets, lawyers and speakers areamong those that Howard Gardner sees ashaving high linguistic intelligence
Logical-mathematicalintelligence ("number/reasoningsmart") capacity to analyze problemslogically, carry out mathematicaloperations, and investigate issuesscientifically This intelligence is most often associatedwith scientific and mathematicalthinking.
Spatial intelligence ("picturesmart") ") the ability to "think in pictures," toperceive the visual world accurately, andrecreate (or alter) it in the mind or onpaper These people also have the capacity touse charts, diagrams, tables, graphs etcefficiently
Bodily-Kinaestheticintelligence ("body smart") entails the potential of using ones wholebody or parts of the body to solveproblems
Musical intelligence ("musicsmart") involves skill in theperformance, composition, andappreciation of musical patterns capacity to recognize and composemusical pitches, tones, and rhythms runs in an almost structural parallel tolinguistic intelligence
Interpersonal intelligence("people smart") ability to perceive and understand otherindividuals - their moods, desires, andmotivations Political and religious leaders, skilledparents and teachers, and therapists usethis intelligence.
Intrapersonal intelligence ("selfsmart") is an understanding of ones ownemotions, feelings, fears and motivations it involves having an effective workingmodel of ourselves, and to be able to usesuch information to regulate our lives Some novelists and or counsellors usetheir own experience to guide others
Naturalist intelligence ("naturesmart") enables human beings to recognize,categorize and draw upon certain featuresof the environment