The foundation of knowledge


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The foundation of knowledge

  1. 1. Verbal AbilityProblem Solving and Practical Skills Social Competence
  2. 2. Involves the use of your motor skills in adapting to varying situations PhysicalIs the ability tocommunicate withinan environment . Symbolic
  3. 3. Body-Kinesthetic Intelligence Linguistic intelligence Logical MathematicalInterpersonal Intelligence Spatial IntelligenceIntrapersonal Intelligence Musical Intelligence
  4. 4. •It was developed by: Alfred Binet. •It measures skill such as: judgment, comprehension, and reasoning. •It gives us our IQ. Aptitude Test•Are designed to predict what a personcan accomplished in the future.•It measures skill such as: mathematicaland verbal. Sternberg Multidimensional Ability Test •Are designed by Robert Sternberg •It measures his Triarchic Theory of Intelligence: analytical, creative, and practical.
  5. 5. LITERACY INFORMATIONAL/ FUNCTIONAL MEDIA CULTURAL REFERENCEAbility to operate within Ability to manage Ability to Encompassesour environment. what we watch, understand data History, Philosophy, read, and listen of all types. and the arts.
  6. 6. Convergent Production: It is Cognition: includes awareness, when you make a decision. understanding, and comprehension of the information Memory: It gives meaning and importance to ones’ cognition. Judgment: Is the evaluation of the decision made. Divergent Production: it seek things such as quantity, creativity, and flexibility.Describes the five operations the human mind goes through in processing information
  7. 7. Emotional Thinking ProcessDecisions made by sympathy,passion, or prejudice Logical Thinking Process Decisions made by the facts of the situation dictate or justify it Vertical Thinking Process Uses a step-by-step procedure to make decisions.
  8. 8. Horizontal Thinking Process Decisions are based on one’s ability to select from a wide variety of choices developed from many angles.Critical Thinking ProcessTakes many factors into consideration before making adecision. It includes: emotion, logic, and ethics.
  9. 9. Most decisions are made for the individuals by authority figures. Very little independent thinking is done. Ages 12-17Decisions are made by “if it feels good,do it”. They favor emotions and feelings. Ages 18-21 Knowledge is entirely subjective, and as a result, everything must be consider tentative. Ages 22-25Logic and reason, along with emotion,become important qualities. They learned tolive with contradictions. Ages 25 on
  10. 10. Open-mindedIntellectually curios Use Anecdotes effectively
  11. 11. Handle Confusion Controlling Emotions Sensitive to Others Distinguish between something that might or we would like to be “true”
  12. 12. Seek for other ideas that are not their own. Admitting not knowing All the skills requires the person to be physically and symbolically Avoid Irrelevance intelligent.
  13. 13. “Critical Thinking is only possible whenpeople probe their habitual ways ofthinking, for their underlyingassumption, those taken-for-grantedvalues, common-senseIdeas, and stereotypical notions abouthuman nature that underlie our actions”