An MI (& Interdisciplinary) Approach to Teaching & Learning (Literature) Research based on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences Sharing by Mohammad Said Rahim Literature & Humanities Dept
Howard Gardner, Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education
In 1983, Gardner introduced his Theory of Multiple Intelligences in a seminal book, Frames of Mind .
He “argue[d] that human beings have evolved to be able to carry out at least seven separate forms of analysis :”
7 multiple intelligences exhibited by individuals with accurate views of themselves Intrapersonal intelligence 7 as in a salesman or teacher Interpersonal intelligence 6 as in an athlete or dancer Bodily kinesthetic intelligence 5 as in a sculptor or airplane pilot Spatial intelligence 4 as in a composer Musical intelligence 3 as in a scientist Logical-mathematical intelligence 2 as in a poet Linguistic intelligence 1
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