CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Child Development (Primary School Child)-Multi Dimensional Intelligence Revision (Page 1 of 3)

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Multiple Intelligence

  • Reportedly, intelligence was defined as your ability of grasping any subject. This attribute can be measured and cannot be changed in life-time, though can be developed. However, different schools of thought have come upon recently with theories of intelligence.
  • One such theory of multiple intelligences is given by Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner. In his theory, he mentioned that there are different eight kinds of intelligence. He proposed the ninth one called, ‘existential inte

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Seven Intelligences by Gardener

Defining intelligence, Gardner said that “Intelligence is the capacity to solve problems or to fashion products that are valued in one or more cultural setting”. He gave seven types of intelligence, unlike traditional two intelligences which were verbal and computational. The seven intelligences Gardner defines are:

  1. Logical Mathematical Intelligence is related to mind of science and mathematics thinking. It includes capability to differentiate patterns, reason deductively and think

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