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Theories of Intelligence: Howard Gardner’S Theory of Multiple Intelligences

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Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

In Frames of the Mind, (1983) Howard Gardner describes his initial list of intelligences. The theory believes there are more that will be discovered and measured. Howard Gardner divided intelligence into seven abilities. The initial list includes:

  • Interpersonal aptitude for working with others
  • Logical or mathematical aptitude for math, logic, deduction
  • Spatial or visual aptitude for picturing, seeing
  • Musical aptitud

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Theories of Intelligence: Good to Know

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  • Some of the exceptional writers and scholars suffered from bipolar disorders
  • Gifted child are generally socially backward and are susceptible to mental illness are some of the commonly heard misconceptions
  • GATE classes are Gifted and Talented Education classes especially meant for gifted child so that they do not get bored in the regular classes.
  • Inspection time is a minimum amount of time required to inspect an object or stimuli in order to judge it correctly.
  • First group test was Army Alpha. Some, recentl

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