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Multiple intelligence

  1. 1. Multiple IntelligenceA presentation of the theory of Multiple Intelligence
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  3. 3. Multiple Intelligence
  4. 4. Overview• Musical Intelligence• Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence• Logical-Mathematical Intelligence• Linguistic Intelligence• Spatial Intelligence• Interpersonal Intelligence• Intrapersonal Intelligence• Naturalist Intelligence
  5. 5. OverviewHoward Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligence asks aninteresting question. As a culture, should we wonder moreabout how intelligent people are or, instead, how they areintelligent. Gardner theorized that all people draw fromeight different forms of intelligence, but to differentdegrees. He further theorized that there may be evenmore forms of intelligence, such as existential intelligence.Here is a brief rundown of each of the eight main forms ofmultiple intelligence and examples of jobs that utilize eachform of intelligence.
  6. 6. Musical IntelligenceMusical Intelligence, as the name suggests, has to do withmusic and musical traits. Typically, people with highmusical intelligence will have very good rhythm and willusually be able to sing or play an instrument very well.Examples of jobs that use Musical Intelligence are…• Singers• Conductors• Composers• DJs
  7. 7. Bodily KinestheticIntelligenceWhen it comes to matters of the body and how itworks, people who excel in Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligencewill usually stand out. The skills usually linked to BodilyKinesthetic Intelligence are good timing and a high capacityfor “Muscle Memory”. Examples of jobs that use BodilyKinesthetic Intelligence are…• Actors• Surgeons• Soldiers
  8. 8. Logical-MathematicalIntelligenceProblem solving, mathematical equations, and scientificthinking all utilize the Logical-Mathematical Intelligence.Chances are people who enjoy chess or math class arelikely to have high Logical-Mathematical Intelligence.Examples of jobs that use Logical-MathematicalIntelligence are…• Science or Math Teachers• Scientists• Computer Programmers
  9. 9. Linguistic IntelligenceAnother case where the name explains the skills, LinguisticIntelligence deals with language and communication.People with high intelligence in this category often havevery good verbal recall and a very robust vocabulary.Examples of jobs that use Linguistic Intelligence are…• Writers• Language Teachers• Editors• Translators
  10. 10. Spatial IntelligenceSpatial reasoning and configuring can escape a lot ofpeople, but not those with Spatial Intelligence. If you findyourself enjoying a puzzle, you might be one of thosepeople. Examples of jobs that use Spatial Intelligence are…• Artists• Architects• Database Managers• Home Design
  11. 11. Naturalist IntelligenceNaturalists find peace and intrigue in nature, along withhaving a natural talent for understanding nature and theenvironment. People who can take very good care of plantsor animals will likely have a large Naturalist Intelligencescore. Examples of jobs that use Naturalist Intelligenceare…• Botanists• Veterinarians• Nature Guides• Zoo Workers
  12. 12. Interpersonal IntelligenceWhen interacting with other people, we draw upon ourInterpersonal Intelligence for cues on how to act, and howto read and react to others. How easily you can tell aperson’s mood or motivations are signs of InterpersonallyIntelligent you are. Examples of jobs that use InterpersonalIntelligence are…• Social Workers• Teachers• Psychologists• Caretakers
  13. 13. Intrapersonal IntelligenceIn contrast to Interpersonal, Intrapersonal Intelligence hasto do with ones understanding of themselves.Philosophical and Critical thinking and analysis arecommon forms of Intrapersonal Intelligence. Examples ofjobs that use Intrapersonal Intelligence are…• Authors• Philosophers• Psychologists
  14. 14. Sources• Psychsmart by McGraw-Hill• Wikipedia• E-how• Best Career Match

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