Well according to Howard Gardner, a developmental psychologist and a professor at Howard University, Intelligence is the capacity to do something useful in the society in which we live. Intelligence is the ability to respond successfully to new situations and the capacity to learn from one’s past experiences.”
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WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE?It is the ability to learnabout, learn from,understand, and interactwith one’s environment.Howard Gardner viewedintelligence as “thecapacity to solveproblems or to fashionproducts that are valuedin one or more culturalsetting.”
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE THE BIG “8”1. Linguistic and verbal intelligence: good with words.2. Logical intelligence: good with math and logic.3. Visual/Spatial intelligence: good with pictures and space.4. Kinesthetic intelligence: good with activities.5. Musical intelligence: good with rhythm.6. Interpersonal intelligence: good with communication.7. Intrapersonal intelligence: good with analyzing things.8. Naturalist intelligence: good with understanding the natural world.
STUDY SKILLS VS. LEARNING STRATEGIES • Study Skills: Are the various techniques you utilize in which to learn certain subject matters. • Learning Strategies: Is the plan of action that incorporates various study skill techniques.
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LINGUISTIC LEARNER• Acronym mnemonics use words, focusing on the first letter of the word to make up another word or memorable sequence. You can also make up phrases using the items you want to memorize.• e.g. HOMES and WYSIWYG• Note taking/Summarizing is a powerful tool for you. You don’t just have to write things down. Record your summaries using a tape or digital audio recorder (such as an MP3 player, iphone), and use it later for reviews.• Read aloud dramatically—perhaps even with an accent, and use a digital audio recorder (such as an MP3 player, iphone), to record and listen to lectures or to record and listen to notes you read.
LOGICAL LEARNER• List the key points of what you are learning in a logical, numbered sequence.• Make a flow chart or diagram that expresses what you are learning in a step-by-step manner.• Create a file management system for school.• Create a study schedule and organize your time on paper or software (Microsoft Excel).
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SPATIAL LEARNING STRATEGYStudy and create maps, diagrams and graphsusing graph paper to demonstrate key points.Use visual clues or landmarks rather than (verbal)sequential steps.Look for visual/spatial dimensions in your studyUse the Cornell method of note taking to createand organize lecture notes using various coloredpens.
CORNELL NOTE-TAKING TECHNIQUESPerfectionism forvisual/spatiallearners is:- a well-orderedand designedspace with eachobject in its placeand appealingly so. Cornell Digitized
INTRAPERSONAL LEARNING STRATEGY• Time alone.• Self-paced projects.• Study in a quiet setting.• Keep a “Learning Journal” where you start to make the connections of the things you’ve learned and the projects you’ve completed.• Relate study material to your life. Look for something of personal significance in whatever you are studying.• Write short summaries of what the material means to you.• Consider the causes and effects involved.• Try EVERNOTE!
INTERPERSONAL LEARNER• Use a buddy to help you study. E-mail/phone• Teach what you are learning to someone else (Tutoring).• Compare notes with someone else taking the course that may have a different MI.• Form and work within study groups.• Choose study areas where is highly populated.• Use online collaboration tools like Google Docs
KINESTHETIC LEARNERS• EXERCISE, EXERCISE, EXERCISE !!!!!• Walk around while reading.• Listen to recorded lectures while exercising (treadmill).• Act out or role play what you are learning.• Practice a skill as soon as it is learned—hands-on experience.• Let the information sink in while you take a walk or go do something else.• Paraphrase information on post-it notes and arrange the ideas on a large surface.• Take notes on postcards and then arrange the topics so that they make better sense to you or make new relationships.• Use the computer to type.
VISUAL LEARNING STRATEGY• Color highlight new ideas.• Write down what is heard and later create a visual storyboard of that class lecture.• Create graphs and diagrams and place them throughout your notes.• Create a poster, cartoon, a video, or time line.• Use symbols instead of words. (make a legend)• Use multi-colored pens to write down your notes.• Paraphrase what you just read by creating a mind map of your ideas.
MUSICAL LEARNING STRATEGY• Make-up and repeat rhymes to remember facts, dates, names, etc.• Set some key points to a familiar song, jingle or theme.• Play appropriate background music as you think about the topic. Quiet classical music has proven to stimulate the emotional center of the brain.• Try to choose music that represents what you are learning. Review MP3 audio books while they drive.
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NATURALIST LEARNING STRATEGY• The universe is your classroom.• Spend time outside noticing patterns in nature.• The uses of all of your natural senses: Hearing Seeing Smelling Touching Tasting• Take hikes , visit the beach, sit in a park and re-write your note and /or complete your homework assignments.