The Theory of Multiple Intelligences

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Howard Gardiner’s 1983 theory on multiple intelligences became a foundation in education. Discussing the premise that we all have specific geniuses and abilities, it revolutionized the way education defines the gifted learner.

  1. Logical-mathematical
  2. Spatial
  3. Linguistic Body-kinaesthetic
  4. Musical
  5. Interpersonal
  6. Intra personal
  7. Natural intuition (a possible eighth form of intelligence)

The Theory of Multiple Intelligences

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The Theory of Multiple Intelligences

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