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  • a model of intelligence that differentiates intelligence into various specific (primarily sensory) rather than seeing it as dominated by a single general ability.
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    2. 2. Multiple Intelligence (Overview)“An intelligence is the ability to solve problems or to create products, that are valued within one or more cultural settings.”-Howard GarnerFrames of Mind (1983)
    3. 3. Multiple Intelligence (Overview)Howard Garner – proposed the theory of intelligence in 1983.• MI Theory suggest that an array of different kinds of intelligence exist in human beings.
    4. 4. Multiple Intelligence (Overview)Definition:Multiple Intelligence is an approach of teaching and learning.“If a child is not learning in the way you are teaching, then you must teach in the way the child learns.” -Rita Dunn
    5. 5. Three Fundamental Propositions1. Intelligence is not unitary.2. Intelligence is not fixed.3. Intelligence is not fully measured by IQ test.
    6. 6. TYPES OF LEARNERVERBAL/LINGUISTIC- The ability to use words and languages.Verbal/linguistic Learners:• Shows attention to words, syntax and style• Think in words, learn by listening, reading and verbalizing records, tapes.• Learn best by saying, hearing and seeing
    7. 7. TYPE OF LEARNER: VERBAL/LINGUISTICSkills: Possible Career Interest:• Listening • Poet• Speaking • Journalist• Writing • Writer• Story telling • Teacher• Explaining • Lawyer• Teaching • Politician • Translator
    8. 8. TYPES OF LEARNERVISUAL/SPATIAL:- The ability to perceive the visual.Visual/Spatial Learners:• Enjoys reading and writing• Good at putting puzzles together• Good at interpreting pictures, graphs and charts• Enjoys drawing, painting and the visual arts
    9. 9. TYPE OF LEARNER: VISUAL/SPATIALSkills: Possible Career Path• Puzzle Building • Navigators• Reading • Sculptors• Writing • Visual artists• Understanding charts • Inventor and graphs • Architects• Good sense of • Interior designer direction • Engineering• Sketching• painting
    10. 10. TYPES OF LEARNERLOGICAL/MATHEMATICAL:- The ability to use reason, logic and numbers.Logical/Mathematical Learners:• Good in reasoning, recognizes patterns and logically analyze problems.• Excellent problem-solving skills• Likes conducting scientific experiments• Good in solving complex computations.
    11. 11. TYPE OF LEARNER: LOGICAL/MATHEMATICALSkills: Possible Career Path:• Problem Solving • Scientists• Working with abstract • Engineers concepts • Computer Programmer• Experiments • Researchers• Performing complex • Accountants mathematical • Mathematicians calculations
    12. 12. TYPES OF LEARNERMUSIC/RHYTHMIC:- The ability to produce and appreciate musicMusic/Rhythmic Learners:• Enjoying singing and playing musical instruments• Recognizes musical patterns and tones easily• Good remembering songs and melodies
    13. 13. TYPE OF LEARNER: MUSIC/RHYTHMICSkills: Possible Career Path:• Singing • Musician• Whistling • Disc Jockey• Playing musical • Singer Instruments • Composer• Composing music
    14. 14. TYPES OF LEARNERBODILY/KINESTHETIC:- The ability to control body movements and handle objects skillfully.Bodily/Kinesthetic Learners:• Express themselves through movement• Good at dancing and sports• Enjoy creating things with their hands• Tends to remember by doing, rather than hearing or seeing
    15. 15. TYPE OF LEARNER: BODILY/KINESTHETICSkills: Possible Career Path:• Dancing • Athletes• Physical Coordination • Physical Education• Sports teachers• Hands-on • Dancers experimentation • Actors• Body language • Firefighters• Acting • Artisan
    16. 16. TYPES OF LEARNERINTERPERSONAL:- The ability to relate and understand others.Interpersonal:• The ability to interact with others, understand them and interpret their behavior.• Good at communicating verbally.• See situations from different perspectives• Create positive relationship with other.
    17. 17. TYPE OF LEARNER: INTERPERSONALSkills: Possible Career Path:• Dual Perspective • Counselor• Listening • Salesperson• Understanding other • Politician people’s moods and • Business person feelings• Conflict resolution• Positive relationship with others
    18. 18. TYPES OF LEARNERINTRAPERSONAL:- The ability to self-reflect and be aware of one’s inner state of being.Intrapersonal:• Understand their inner feelings, dreams, relationship with others, and strength and weaknesses.
    19. 19. TYPE OF LEARNER: INTRAPERSONALSkills: Possible Career Path:• Recognizing own • Researchers strengths and • Theorists weaknesses • Philosophers• Reflecting and analyzing themselves• Awareness of inner feelings
    20. 20. TYPES OF LEARNERNATURALIST:- The ability to understand environmental interdependence and appreciate plants, flowers, trees and animals.Naturalist:• Attracted to any type of natural stimuli, including plants, animals, clouds, minerals, rocks and land formations or chemicals.
    21. 21. TYPE OF LEARNER: NATURALISTSkills: Possible Career Path:• Bothered by Pollution • Conservationist• Enjoys having pets • Veterinarian• Likes to learn about • Marine Biologist nature • Animal trainer• Appreciate scenic • Scientist places • Botanist• Likes to camp, hike, • Zookeeper walk and climb • Geologist
    22. 22. Short-Quiz1. He proposed the theory of intelligence in 1983 – Howard Gardner2. Suggest that an array of different kinds of intelligence exist in human beings. – MI Theory3. The ability to relate and understand others.- Interpersonal4. The ability to use reason, logic and numbers. – Logical/Mathematical5. The ability to perceive the visual.- Verbal/linguistic6. The ability to produce and appreciate music.- Music/Rhythmic7. Is an approach of teaching and learning based from Rita Dunn.- Multiple Intelligence8. The ability to control body movements and handle objects skillfully. - Bodily/Kinesthetic9. The ability to use words and languages.- Verbal/linguistic10. The ability to self-reflect and be aware of one’s inner state of being. - Intrapersonal