a model of intelligence that differentiates intelligence into various specific (primarily sensory) rather than seeing it as dominated by a single general ability.
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)
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.
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
Three Fundamental Propositions1. Intelligence is not unitary.2. Intelligence is not fixed.3. Intelligence is not fully measured by IQ test.
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
TYPE OF LEARNER: VERBAL/LINGUISTICSkills: Possible Career Interest:• Listening • Poet• Speaking • Journalist• Writing • Writer• Story telling • Teacher• Explaining • Lawyer• Teaching • Politician • Translator
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
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
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.
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
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
TYPE OF LEARNER: MUSIC/RHYTHMICSkills: Possible Career Path:• Singing • Musician• Whistling • Disc Jockey• Playing musical • Singer Instruments • Composer• Composing music
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
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
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.
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
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.
TYPE OF LEARNER: INTRAPERSONALSkills: Possible Career Path:• Recognizing own • Researchers strengths and • Theorists weaknesses • Philosophers• Reflecting and analyzing themselves• Awareness of inner feelings
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.
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
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