Assignment 7: Applying Multiple Intelligences Below, please find a list of the general characteristics of students who exhibit strengths in each of the intelligences. You will need these to understand essential clues for your assignment.
Overview Verbal-Linguistic - The capacity to learn through words and grammatical logic
Learns from the spoken and written word, in many forms; reads, comprehends, and summarizes effectively Logical-Mathematical - The capacity for inductive and deductive thinking and reasoning, as well as the use of numbers and the recognition of abstract patterns
Learns through using objects and moving them about, quantity, time, cause and effect; solves problems logically; understands patterns and relationships and makes educated guesses; can handle diverse skills such as advanced math, and represent them in graphic form; works with models; gathers evidence; builds strong arguments. Visual-Spatial - The ability to visualize objects and spatial dimensions, and create internal images and pictures
Learns by seeing and observing - shapes, faces, colors; uses detail in visual images; learns through visual media; enjoys doodling, drawing; makes three-dimensional objects and moves them around; sees forms where others do not; enjoys abstractions and subtle patterns. Body-Kinesthetic - The wisdom of the body and the ability to control physical motion
Learns through touching and moving; developed coordination and timing; participation and involvement; role plays. Engages in games, assembles objects; acts. Sensitive to physical environment; dexterity and balance; creates new forms that move. Musical-Rhythmic - The ability to recognize tonal patterns and sounds, as well as a sensitivity to rhythms and beats
Learns through sound; eager to discuss music and its meaning; sings and plays an instrument; improvises and interprets Interpersonal - The capacity for person-to-person communications and relationships
Learns through interactions, social relationships; perceives feelings, thoughts, motivations of others; collaborates; influences opinions; understands in verbal and non-verbal ways; takes in diverse points of view; mediates, organizes, develops new social processes and methods. Intrapersonal - The spiritual, inner states of being, self-reflection, and awareness
Learns through range of personal emotions; finds outlets for feelings; identifies and pursues personal goals; curious about big questions; manages to learn through on-going attempts at gathering in ideas; insightful; empowers others.
Below, please find a list of the general characteristics of students who exhibit strengths in each of the intelligences. You will need these to understand essential clues for your assignment.