Multiple intelligences

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Multiple intelligences

  1. 1. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCESTHEORY
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. THREE KINDS OF LEARNINGSTYLES Visual Learners Auditory Learners Kinaesthetic Learners
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCESTHEORY Dr Howard Gardner (1983) a professor at Harvard University
  8. 8. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES Linguistic intelligence ("word smart") Logical-mathematical intelligence("number/reasoning smart") Spatial intelligence ("picture smart") Bodily-Kinaesthetic intelligence ("bodysmart") Musical intelligence ("music smart") Interpersonal intelligence ("people smart") Intrapersonal intelligence ("self smart") Naturalistic intelligence ("nature smart")
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. Logical-mathematicalintelligence ("number/reasoningsmart") capacity to analyze problemslogically, carry out mathematicaloperations, and investigate issuesscientifically This intelligence is most often associatedwith scientific and mathematicalthinking.
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. Bodily-Kinaestheticintelligence ("body smart") entails the potential of using ones wholebody or parts of the body to solveproblems
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 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.
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Naturalist intelligence ("naturesmart") enables human beings to recognize,categorize and draw upon certain featuresof the environment

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