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  • 1. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India96, I Block, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana Dermatoglyphics MultipleDermatoglyphics Multiple IntelligenceIntelligence AnalysisAnalysis Education & TrainingEducation & Training www.discoverinnate.com DiscoverIn TM TM
  • 2. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India About UsAbout Us Discover In TM is a US based company which deals in Education, Assessment and Remedies of Multiple Intelligence. Discover In TM has started its venture in 2010 across India. It’s an American technology which helps us understand the brain lobes function in scientific manner and helps parents to understand their children in a better way. It has been appreciated all around the world & now in India as well. We at DiscoverIn believe; Every child is unique Every child is talented Every child is capable to excel We help children to unleash their potential and talent with proven scientific methodology. With this methodology we come to know about a child’s potential of brain in different areas of Intelligence. We are also associated with various renowned psychologists and academicians for our analysis. Currently having presence in more than 50 cities of India in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, J&K, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra & UP. DiscoverIn TM
  • 3. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence AnalysisDermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence Analysis Reflects:Reflects: 1. Personal Characteristics & Behavioral Tendencies  Dominant  Influential  Steady  Compliant 2. Preferred Learning Styles:  Talk-Auditory  Walk- Kinesthetic  Chalk- Visual 3. Learning Mode:  Self Cognitive  Affective Learning  Reverse Thinking  Reflective Learning DiscoverIn TM
  • 4. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence AnalysisDermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence Analysis Reflects:Reflects: 4. Brain Dominance: Left Brain Vs Right Brain 5. Eight Multiple Intelligences – Pattern & Values 6. Intelligence Performance Chart 7. Four Quotients Intelligence Q Emotional Q Creative Q Adversity Q 8. Percentage of Brain Lobe Activities with Functions 9. Weaknesses & Supplements to Enhance (Remedies) 10. Suitable Careers – As per top Intelligences DiscoverIn TM
  • 5. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Multiple Intelligence : Howard GardnerMultiple Intelligence : Howard Gardner Howard Gardner is the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education. He is also adjunct professor of psychology at Harvard University and senior director of Harvard Project Zero. Among numerous honors, Gardner received a MacArthur Prize Fellowship in 1981. He has received honorary degrees from 26 colleges and universities. In 2005 and 2008, he was named by Foreign Policy and Prospect magazines as one of the 100 most influential public intellectuals in the world. The author of 25 books translated into 28 languages, and several hundred articles, Gardner is best known for his theory of multiple intelligences, a critique of the notion that there existsbut a single human intelligence that can be adequately assessed by standard psychometric instruments. Howard Gardner 11th July 1943 DiscoverIn TM
  • 6. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Multiple Intelligence : Howard GardnerMultiple Intelligence : Howard Gardner Frames Of Mind The Theory Of Multiple Intelligence By Howard Gardner, PH.D. DiscoverIn TM
  • 7. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Theory Of Multiple IntelligenceTheory Of Multiple Intelligence The Theory Of Multiple Intelligences was proposed by Howard Gardner in 1983 as a model of intelligence that differentiates intelligence into various specific (primarily sensory) modalities, rather than seeing it as dominated by a single general ability. Gardner argues that there is a wide range of cognitive abilities, and that there are only very weak correlations between these. For example, the theory predicts that a child who learns to multiply easily is not necessarily generally more intelligent than a child who has more difficulty on this task. The child who takes more time to master simple multiplication 1) may best learn to multiply through a different approach, 2) may excel in a field outside of mathematics, or 3) may even be looking at and understanding the multiplication process at a fundamentally deeper level, or perhaps as an entirely different process. Such a fundamentally deeper understanding can result in what looks like slowness and can hide a mathematical intelligence potentially higher than that of a child who quickly memorizes the multiplication table despite a less detailed understanding of the process of multiplication. The theory has been met with mixed responses. Traditional intelligence tests and psychometrics have generally found high correlations between different tasks and aspects of intelligence, rather than the low correlations which Gardner's theory predicts. Nevertheless many educationalists support the practical value of the approaches suggested by the theory. DiscoverIn TM
  • 8. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Multiple IntelligencesMultiple Intelligences Intrapersonal Intelligence Interpersonal Intelligence Logical Intelligence Visual Intelligence Linguistic Intelligence Kinesthetic Intelligence Musical Intelligence Naturalist Intelligence DiscoverIn TM
  • 9. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Linguistic IntelligenceLinguistic Intelligence “Word Smart” Linguistic Intelligence is the capacity to use language, your native language, and perhaps other languages, to express what's on your mind and to understand other people. Characteristics Can Understand words and manipulate syntax of sentence Good at writing, speaking and story telling Very good at using grammar Has good vocabulary Activities Book reporting Telling jokes Writing words Reading Journal writing Speaking Letter writing Storytelling Discussing Creative writing Debating Persuading DiscoverIn TM
  • 10. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Linguistic IntelligenceLinguistic Intelligence “Word Smart” Careers With Linguistic Intelligence • Author • Journalist • Poet • Playwright • Radio Announcer • Speech Pathologist (one who interprets) • Typist • Novelist • Comedian • Politician • Orator • Actor • Curator DiscoverIn TM
  • 11. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Logical Mathematical IntelligenceLogical Mathematical Intelligence “Number Smart” Logical-mathematical intelligence is the capacity to use numbers effectively and reason well. Someone who has this kind of intelligence is able to see cause and effect really well; also, they are able to identify a problem and solve it right there on the spot. People with this intelligence think by reasoning, and they love experimenting, questioning, figuring out logical puzzles, and calculating. Characteristics familiar with the concepts of quantity, time, and cause and effect. Uses abstract symbols to represent concreteobjects and concepts. Likes math and using technology to solve complex problems. Reasoning Time Lines Synthesis Sequencing Rational Thinking Scientific Thinking Venn Diagrams Statistics Activities Analyzing Categorizing Formulas Logic Games Numbers Patterns Problem Solving DiscoverIn TM
  • 12. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Logical Mathematical IntelligenceLogical Mathematical Intelligence “Number Smart” • Accountant • Actuary • Auditor • Banker • Bookkeeper • Businessperson • Computer Analyst • Computer Programmer • Doctor • Economist • Legal Assistant • Mathematician • Purchasing Agent • Science Researcher • Science Teacher • Statistician • Technician • Underwriter Careers With Logical Mathematical Intelligence DiscoverIn TM
  • 13. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Spatial Visual IntelligenceSpatial Visual Intelligence “Picture Smart” The way that we visually perceive and interpret the world around us is an important quality to have. Spatial intelligence is the brain’s ability to perceive and interpret visual stimuli. In other words, it’s how our minds process what we see. Although not very recognized, spatial intelligence is very important in arts and daily life. Characteristics Learns by seeing & observing. Recognizes faces, objects, shapes, colors, details, and scenes. Thinksin pictures and visualizes detail. Uses visual images as an aid in recalling information. Enjoys doodling, drawing, painting, sculpting, or otherwise reproducing objects in visible form. Activities Painting Photography Posters Pretending Sculpting Visualization Idea Sketching Labeling Flow Charts Mapping Clay Molding Patterns DiscoverIn TM
  • 14. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Spatial Visual IntelligenceSpatial Visual Intelligence “Picture Smart” Careers With Spatial Visual Intelligence • Advertising Agent • Architect • Cartographer (Map Maker) • Drafter • Engineer • Fine Artist • Graphic Designer • Fashion Designer • Interior Designer • Inventor • Painter • Photographer • Pilot • Sculptor • Surveyor • Urban Planner DiscoverIn TM
  • 15. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Bodily Kinesthetic IntelligenceBodily Kinesthetic Intelligence “Body Smart” Bodily KinestheticIntelligence is an expertise in using one’s whole body to express ideas and feelings. It is the ability to use one’s hands to produce or transform things. Characteristics Superior and smooth body control. Good hand eye co-ordination. Enjoys concrete learning experiences such as field trips, model building, or participating in role play, games, assembling objects, or physical exercise. Learns by physically experiencing and doing things. Activities Love Dancing Running Jumping Building Touching Gesturing Need Role play Drama Movement Things to build Sports and physical games Tactile (touchable) experiences Hands-on learning DiscoverIn TM
  • 16. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Bodily Kinesthetic IntelligenceBodily Kinesthetic Intelligence “Body Smart” Careers With Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence • Actor • Athlete • Carpenter • Choreographer (creates and arranges dances) • Craftsman • Dancer • Farmer • Forest Ranger • Inventor • Jeweler • Mechanic • Mime • P.E. Teacher • Physical Therapist • Recreational Director • Actress DiscoverIn TM
  • 17. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Musical IntelligenceMusical Intelligence “Music Smart” Being musically intelligent means that you are able to distinguish the sounds around you and that you have the ability to make your own melodies. Even if you are only singing a song or making music, you are using your musical intelligence. Characteristics Listens and responds with interest to a variety of sounds including the human voice, environmental sounds, and music, and organizes such sounds into meaningful patterns. Is eager to be around and learn from music and musicians. Develops the ability to sing and/or play an instrument. Types Of Musical Intelligence Figural Formal (“top-down”) (“bottom-up”) very intuitive about analytic and technical the nature of music and about music and its its creation. creation. *Anyone can have either both or one of these forms * DiscoverIn TM
  • 18. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Musical IntelligenceMusical Intelligence “Music Smart” Careers With Musical Intelligence • Song Writer • Performing Musician • Piano Turner • Singer • Musical Theater Actor/ Actress • Studio Engineer • Instrument Manager • Rapper • Conductor • Disc Jockey • Film/Instrument Maker • Composer • Music Teacher • Sound Engineer • Music Therapist DiscoverIn TM
  • 19. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Interpersonal IntelligenceInterpersonal Intelligence “People Smart” Interpersonal intelligence is understanding other people. It’s an ability we all need, but is at a premium if you are a teacher, clinician, salesperson, or a politician. Anybody who deals with other people has to be skilled in the interpersonal sphere. Characteristics Bonds with parents and interacts with others. Forms and maintains social relationships. Perceives the feelings, thoughts, motivations, behaviors, lifestyles of others. Expressesan interest in teaching, social work, counseling or politics. Activities •Giving feedback •Understandingother's feelings •Person-to-person communication •Cooperative learning strategies •Receiving feedback •Group projects •Teaching something new •Learning from everyone •Creating group rules •Acting in a play or simulation •Conductingan interview •Creating phone buddies •Sensing others’ motives •Creating group rules DiscoverIn TM
  • 20. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Interpersonal IntelligenceInterpersonal Intelligence “People Smart” Careers With Interpersonal Intelligence • Administrator • Anthropologist • Arbitrator • Counselor • Manager • Nurse • Personnel Director • Politician • Public Relations • Salesperson • School Principal • Sociologist • Therapist • Teacher • Travel Agent • Religious Leader • Psychologist DiscoverIn TM
  • 21. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Intrapersonal IntelligenceIntrapersonal Intelligence “Self Smart” Intrapersonal intelligence is self-knowledge and the ability to act adaptively on the basis of that knowledge. This intelligence includes having an accurate picture of oneself (SWOT); awareness of inner moods, intentions, motivations, temperaments, desires; and the capacity for self-discipline, self-understanding,and self-esteem. Essentially, it’s how well you know yourself. Characteristics Is aware of his range of emotions. Is motivated to identify and pursue goals. Works independently. Establishes and lives by an ethical value system. Strives for self-actualization. Activities • Solo Players • Self Motivated • High on self confidence • Self Analyses of Strengths & Weaknesses • Never say DIE attitude • Self Learners • Firm decision makers • Loves feedback hates complaints • High ego • Don’t like to be neglected or isolated • Very high self expectations DiscoverIn TM
  • 22. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Intrapersonal IntelligenceIntrapersonal Intelligence “Self Smart” Careers With Intrapersonal Intelligence • Clergyman • Entrepreneur • Program planner • Psychiatrist • Psychology Teacher • Philosopher • Theologian • Researcher • Spiritual Counselor • Psychologist DiscoverIn TM
  • 23. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Naturalist IntelligenceNaturalist Intelligence “Nature Smart” Individuals who are high in this type of intelligence are more in tune with nature and are often interestedin nurturing, exploring the environment and learning about other species. These individuals are said to be highly aware of even subtle changes to their environments. Characteristics •Interestedin subjects such as botany, biology and zoology •Good at categorizing and cataloging information easily •May enjoy camping, gardening, hiking and exploring the outdoors •Doesn’t enjoy learning unfamiliar topics that have no connection to nature •Recognizes and can name many different types of trees, flowers, and plants. •Has an interest in and good knowledge of how the body works and keeps abreast of health issues. •Is conscious of tracks, nests, and wildlife on a walk and can “read” weather signs. •Has an understanding of, and interest in, the main global environmental issues. DiscoverIn TM
  • 24. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Naturalist IntelligenceNaturalist Intelligence “Nature Smart” Careers With Naturalist Intelligence • Veterinary • Animal Scholar • Archaeologist • Plants Scholar • Chef • Courtyard • Designer • Weather Researcher • Documentary Producer • Environment Researcher • Animal protection activist DiscoverIn TM
  • 25. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Learning StylesLearning Styles We learn new things by three ways: 1. Auditory 2. Visual 3. Kinesthetic DiscoverIn TM
  • 26. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Auditory LearnerAuditory Learner  Learn by Listening  Love discussions  Music Lover  Speaks in rhythmic patterns  Talks to themselves while occupied  Easily distracted by noise  Enjoy Reading loudly  Enjoy others reading  Can repeat and mimic tone pitch and timbre  Often powerful speakers  Talkative, go into lengthy description  Likes Music more that Art  Have problems with projects that involve  visualization, such as cutting pieces that fit together DiscoverIn TM
  • 27. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Visual LearnerVisual Learner  Learns by seeing  Good long range planners and organizers  Observant and notice details  Remember faces (But Maybe not Names)  Appearance oriented in both look & presentation  Good spellers and can actually see the words in their minds  Remember what was seen, rather than heard  Memorize by visual association  Likes to read, write, draw & generally have good handwriting  Usually not distracted by noise  Doodle during phone conversations and meetings  Often know what to say but can’t think of right words DiscoverIn TM
  • 28. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Kinesthetic LearnerKinesthetic Learner  Learns by manipulating and doing  Often labeled as “ Hyperactive” or “Naughty” Children  They Speak Slowly  Use Action rather than words  Touch people to get their attention  Stand close when talking to someone  Memorize by walking  Might use a finger as a pointer while reading  Respond to physical rewards  Use a lot of non verbal gestures  Tap a pencil or their foot while studying  They reflect action with body movement as they read and might walk around while reading DiscoverIn TM
  • 29. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Need for Intelligence AssessmentNeed for Intelligence Assessment In India more than14000 students commit suicide every year Research proves that 80% of the students are under stress Another research proves that parents are the key reason for this DiscoverIn TM
  • 30. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence AnalysisDermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence Analysis IsIs Answer to all thisAnswer to all this DermatoglyphicsDermatoglyphics DiscoverIn TM
  • 31. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India DermatoglyphicsDermatoglyphics DiscoverIn TM
  • 32. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics EvolutionDermatoglyphics Evolution o ScientistMarbengy (1626-1694) was the First one to Study fingerprints Scientifically o Gouard Bidloo wrote the first book with detailed drawings of fingerprints in Year 1685 o Marcello Malpighi Barcelona was the first to use microscope and maintain chronicle fingerprints in Year 1686 o JCA Mayer was the first to write basic principle that the fingerprint order their personal situation will not repeat, in year 1788 o John E. Purkinje Breslau was the first one to categorize fingerprints into nine types based on the patterns o In early 1832, a Famous Surgeon of England named Charles Bell had started his study on this subjectand discovered neurological link between fingerprints and brain o In 1893, Sir Francis Galton was one of the earliest to look into the relationship between skin grains and genes among different families and different people so as to classify the skin grains scientifically. He established the theory of the everlasting personality of finger prints which had been used since then. He classified fingerprints into Whorl, Loop & Archs DiscoverIn TM
  • 33. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics EvolutionDermatoglyphics Evolution o ScientistMarbengy (1626-1694) was the First one to Study fingerprints Scientifically o Gouard Bidloo wrote the first book with detailed drawings of fingerprints in Year 1685 o Marcello Malpighi Barcelona was the first to use microscope and maintain chronicle fingerprints in Year 1686 o JCA Mayer was the first to write basic principle that the fingerprint order their personal situation will not repeat, in year 1788 o John E. Purkinje Breslau was the first one to categorize fingerprints into nine types based on the patterns o In early 1832, a Famous Surgeon of England named Charles Bell had started his study on this subjectand discovered neurological link between fingerprints and brain o In 1893, Sir Francis Galton was one of the earliest to look into the relationship between skin grains and genes among different families and different people so as to classify the skin grains scientifically. He established the theory of the everlasting personality of finger prints which had been used since then. He classified fingerprints into Whorl, Loop & Archs DiscoverIn TM
  • 34. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics EvolutionDermatoglyphics Evolution o Dr Harold Cummins & Midlo coined word “Dermatoglyphics” in 1926 o In 1969, John Muivihill, MD and David W. Smith, MD published the research on different stages about the formation of grain for the babies. The skin grains were formed from the formation of embryo to week 13 and would finish developing after week 16. The skin grains remain the same ever since then and unique for every individual. DiscoverIn TM
  • 35. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics EvolutionDermatoglyphics Evolution Sir Francis Galton, far cousin of Charles Darwin, was a scientist who researched anthropology, geology, biology, genetics and eugenics. He has published 340 works and 15 books. He has extensively researched on importance of shape of fingerprint. He suggested that fingerprints are permanent and can be used as identification. His finger print-shape classification is more simpler than others. He has described only three major types of finger print shapes. His classificationis based on triradii number found on each fingerprint. His two books "Fingerprints" (1892) and "Fingerprint Directories" (1895) were reference books for early Dermatoglyphics. Sir Francis Galton 1822 - 1911 DiscoverIn TM
  • 36. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Stages of Dermatoglyph Formation in FetusStages of Dermatoglyph Formation in Fetus Week 6 – 8 : Formation of Limbs Week 10 – 12 : Limbs are fully developed Week 13 : Start of Dermatoglyph Formation Week 14 : Brain including Cerebral Cortex starts forming Week 21 : Fully developed fingerprints DiscoverIn TM
  • 37. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Fingerprint ClassificationFingerprint Classification FINGER PRINTS, PALMS AND SOLES An Introduction to Dermatoglyphics Edited by Harold Cummins, PH.D. Charles Midlo, M.D. New Orleans August 9, 1943 DiscoverIn TM
  • 38. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Why Dermatoglyphics Innate IntelligenceWhy Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence Analysis?Analysis? Every child is unique, but our method to handle them is common& usual. Every child has an Inborn talent but child & parents fail to identify it. Every child has a Different learning style but our teaching style is same. DiscoverIn TM
  • 39. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Benefits of Dermatoglyphics Innate IntelligenceBenefits of Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence AnalysisAnalysis Discoveryour child’s inborn talent Improves parents - children relationship Understandchild’s learning style DiscoverIn TM
  • 40. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Benefits of Dermatoglyphics Innate IntelligenceBenefits of Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence AnalysisAnalysis Sets parent’s expectationsright and makes child stress free You give birth to your child, Discover In enables you discover your child Discoveryour child’s Strengths,Weaknesses & Multiple Intelligence DiscoverIn TM
  • 41. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Benefits of Dermatoglyphics Innate IntelligenceBenefits of Dermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence AnalysisAnalysis It reveal the EQ of the person It reveals the CQ of the person It reveals the AQ of the person It reveals the IQ of the person DiscoverIn TM
  • 42. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Dermatoglyphics Innate IntelligenceDermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence Analysis ReflectsAnalysis Reflects DIIA reflects Personality type of an Individual. DiscoverIn TM
  • 43. Dermatoglyphics Innate IntelligenceDermatoglyphics Innate Intelligence Analysis ReflectsAnalysis Reflects Acquiring Style 1. Self- Cognitive 2. Affective 3. Reverse Thinker 4. Reflective Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn IndiaDiscoverIn TM
  • 44. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Lets UnderstandLets Understand BrainBrain DiscoverIn TM
  • 45. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Let’s understand our Nervous system The Nervous system is made up in Part of Neurons or Nerve Cells A Cell That conducts Electro-chemical signals, the basic unit of the Nervous System. The Neurons are held in Glial Cells (Greek for “Glue”) Nervous System Cell that aid the Neurons by Providing them with nutrients, insulations and removing cellular debris when they die. DiscoverIn TM
  • 46. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India What are neurons or nerve cells? The Neuron has three main parts: •Dendrite •Cell Body •Axon Every Nerve Cell can have 1000-10000 Synapse DiscoverIn TM
  • 47. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Synapse Higher the Synaptic connections among Neurons results in higher efficiency in that function DiscoverIn TM
  • 48. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Brain lobes DiscoverIn TM
  • 49. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Left Vs Right Brain In 1960, Dr. Roger W. Sperry and his colleagues carried out a studies on Left and Right hemisphere phenomena. The results of this study later led to Roger Sperry being awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1981. Sperry received the prize for his discoveries concerning the functional specialization of the cerebral hemispheres. The study demonstrated that the left and right hemispheres are specialized in different tasks. The left side of the brain is normally specialized in taking care of the logical, factual, analytical and verbal tasks. The left side speaks much better than the right side, while the right half takes care of the space perception tasks & music, creativity and emotions, for example. DiscoverIn TM
  • 50. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Left Vs Right Brain DiscoverIn TM
  • 51. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Multiple IntelligencesMultiple Intelligences -- HandyHandy A B C D Delta Points ATD AngleLeft Hand Right Brain T D DiscoverIn TM
  • 52. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Right Hand Left Brain Multiple IntelligencesMultiple Intelligences -- HandyHandy DiscoverIn TM
  • 53. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Multiple IntelligencesMultiple Intelligences -- HandyHandy DiscoverIn TM
  • 54. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Summary 1. 8 Multiple Intelligences 2. Learning Styles 3. Acquiring Styles 4. Personality Type 5. Brain Lobe Functioning 6. Left Vs Right Brain 7. Multiple Intelligences Handy DiscoverIn TM
  • 55. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India ReferencesReferences Gardner, H. (1983). Frames of Mind. New York: Basic Books Inc. Gardner, H. (1993). Frames of mind : the theory of multiple intelligences. New York, NY : BasicBooks. xxxii, 440 p. Gardner, H., & Hatch, T. (1989). Multiple intelligences go to school: Educationalimplications of the theory of multiple intelligences. EducationalResearcher, 18(8), 4- 9. Gilman, L. (2001). The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Retrieved April 13, 2004, from Indiana University Web site: http://www.indiana.edu/~intell/mitheory.shtml Lazear, D.G. (1992). Teaching for multiple intelligences. Bloomington Smith, K. (2002). Howard Gardner and Multiple intelligences DiscoverIn TM
  • 56. Copyright 2012, DiscoverIn India Thanks Let’s be partners in progress 96, I Block, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana www.discoverinnate.com DiscoverIn TM TM