Howard gardner’s eight intelligences

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Howard gardner’s eight intelligences

  1. 1. HOWARD GARDNER’S EIGHT INTELLIGENCES  Developmental psychologist best known for his theory of multiple intelligences. Educated in Harvard University; he argues that each kind of intelligence is independent from one another.
  2. 2. LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability of speaking and writing in a distinguished manner. Typically known for being “word smart”, these individuals are good at debating or explaining things well.
  3. 3. LOGICAL MATHIMATICAL INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to reason, recognize patterns and logically analyze problems. Typically known for being “number smart”, these individuals are good at problem-solving and enjoys thinking about complex ideas.
  4. 4. SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to visualize and perceive the world accurately. Typically known for being “picture smart”, these individuals have a good sense of direction and do well with interpreting graphs, charts and pictures.
  5. 5. BODY-KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to carry out physical activities that involve body movement and eye-hand or eye-foot coordination. Typically known for being “body smart”, these individuals are good at competitive sports in general.
  6. 6. INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to understand their own emotional states, feelings and motivations. Typically known for being “self smart”, these individuals are good at analyzing their strengths and weaknesses.
  7. 7. INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to perceive and pick up on other people’s feelings, moods and intentions. Typically known for being “people smart”, these individuals are good at interacting and communicating effectively.
  8. 8. MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to draw out patterns in sounds, tones and rhythms related to music. Typically known for being “music smart”, these individuals are good at remembering songs and melodies not to mention writing lyrics.
  9. 9. NATURALISTIC INTELLIGENCE   Refers to a person’s ability to be in tune with nature and appreciate one’s surroundings. Typically known to be “nature smart”, these individuals are good at exploring outdoor environments and categorizing information.
  10. 10. EXISTENTIAL INTELLIGENCE   Gardner proposed that existential intelligence should also be considered as part of the types of intelligences as it refers to a person’s ability to understand religious and spiritual ideals.
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