2 What do you remember? What do you remember from the card activity that we did last week?Spend a quiet moment jottingdown some thoughts on the sticky notesprovided. (One idea per sticky note)
3 Multiple Intelligence Theorist The theory of multiple intelligences was developed in 1983 by Howard Gardner, Professor of Education at Harvard University.
4 Multiple Intelligence Theorist Howard Gardner suggested that the traditional notion of intelligence, based on IQ testing, is too limited. In the past we have concentrated on word and mathematical intelligence as being the most significant.Gardner argued that we should also value other kinds of intelligence, and he proposed 8 intelligences. (Discussion re ‘existentialist’ and ‘spiritualist’ intelligences has also occurred)
6 Do you think that the theory is a good one? Your opinionDo you think that the theory is a good one?Discuss with a partner.
7 Verbal / linguistic Intelligence TalkingReadingWritingWord smart
8 Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence These learners have highlydeveloped auditory skills and aregenerally elegant speakers.They think in words rather thanpictures.Their skills include:listening, speaking, story telling,teaching, using humor,understanding the meaningof words, remembering information,convincing someone of their pointof view.
9 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? Poet, journalist, writer, teacher, lawyer,politician, translator
11 Logical/Mathematical Intelligence Ability to use reason, logicand numbers.These learners thinkconceptually in logical andnumerical patterns makingconnections between piecesof information.Their skills include:problem solving, categorisinginformation, working with abstractconcepts to figure out therelationship of each to the other,performing complex mathematicalcalculations.
12 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? Scientists, engineers, computer programmers,researchers, accountants, mathematicians
13 Visual / Spatial Intelligence looking at pictureswatching moviesdrawingpaintingPicture smart
14 Ability to perceive the visual. These learners tend to think inpictures and need to create vividmental images to retaininformation.They enjoy looking at maps,pictures and movies.Their skills include:Puzzle building, understandingcharts and graphs, a good sense ofdirection, painting, creating visualmetaphors and analogies,manipulating images, constructing,fixing, interpreting visual images.
15 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? navigators, sculptors, visual artists, inventors,architects, interior designers, mechanics,engineers
17 Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence Ability to control bodymovements and handle objectsskillfully.These learners express themselvesthrough movement. They have agood sense of balance and eyehand co-ordination. (e.g. ball play,balancing beams).Through interacting with the spacearound them, they are able toremember and process information.
18 Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence Their skills include:dancing, physical co-ordination,sports, hands-on experimentation,using body language, crafts, acting,miming, using their hands to createor build, expressing emotionsthrough the body.
19 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? Athletes, physical education teachers, dancers,actors, firefighters, artisans
20 Musical Intelligence Music smart Playing music Listening to music SingingMusic smart
21 Musical/Rhythmic Intelligence Ability to produce and appreciate music.These musically inclined learners thinkin sounds and patterns. They respondto music. Many are extremelysensitive to environmental sounds(e.g. crickets, bells, dripping taps).Their skills include:singing, whistling, playing musicalinstruments, recognizing tonal patterns,remembering melodies, understandingthe structure and rhythm of music
22 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? musician, disc jockey, singer, composer
23 Interpersonal Intelligence Socialising with peopleDoing things with otherpeopleWorking in teamsPeople smart
24 Interpersonal Intelligence Ability to relate and understandothers.These learners try to see thingsfrom other people's point of view inorder to understand how they thinkand feel.They often have an ability to sensefeelings.They use both verbal and non-verbal language to opencommunication.Their skills include:seeing things from other perspectives, listening, understanding other people's moods and feelings, counselling, building trust, establishing positive relations with other people.
25 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? Counsellor, salesperson, politician, businessperson, teacher
26 Intrapersonal Intelligence Spending time aloneMeditatingWriting a diary or journalDay-dreamingReflectingSelf smart
27 Intrapersonal Intelligence Ability to self-reflect and be awareof one's inner state of being.These learners try to understandtheir inner feelings, dreams,relationships with others, andstrengths and weaknesses.Their Skills include:Recognising their own strengths andweaknesses, reflecting and analysingthemselves, awareness of their innerfeelings, desires and dreams, evaluatingtheir thinking patterns, reasoning withthemselves, understanding their role inrelationship to others.
28 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? Researchers, theorists, philosophers, religiousleaders
29 Naturalist Intelligence Collecting rocksCollecting insectsObserving animalsPlanting treesSpending time in NatureNature smart
30 Naturalist Intelligence Ability to identify and classify patterns in nature.During our prehistory, hunter/gathererswould rely on naturalist intelligence toidentify what flora and fauna were edible.Today, naturalist intelligence may be seenin the way we relate to our surroundingsand the role each part of our surroundingsplay. People who are sensitive to changesin weather patterns or are adept atdistinguishing nuances between largenumbers of similar objects may beexpressing naturalist intelligence abilities.
31 What types of jobs do you think would suit a person with this intelligence? Environmentalist, farmer, botanist, chef