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Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences
Proposes that people are not born with all of the intelligence they will ever have.
Gardner developed a series of eight inclusion criteria while evaluating each "candidate” intelligence that was based on a variety of scientific disciplines.
Linguistic Intelligence (“word smart”)
theory that deals with sensitivity to the spoken and written language, ability to learn languages, and capacity to use language to accomplish certain goals.
Potential career choices: Lawyer, Speaker/host, Author
People with linguistic Intelligence: William Shakespeare, Oprah
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence (“number/reasoning smart”) refers to the capacity to analyze problems logically, carry out mathematical operations, and investigate issues scientifically.
Potential career choices: Mathematician, Scientist, Statistician
People with logical-mathematical intelligence: Albert Einstein and Bill Gates
Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence (“body smart”)
Bodily kinesthetic intelligence is the potential of using one’s whole body or parts of the body to solve problems or to fashion products.
Potential career choices: Dancer, athlete, surgeon
People with bodily-kinesthetic intelligence: Michael Jordan and Simone Biles
Musical Intelligence (“music smart”) refers to the skill in the performance, composition, and appreciation of musical patterns. Have an ability to recognize and create musical pitch, rhythm, timbre, and tone.
People with musical intelligence: Ed Sheeran, Beethoven
Potential careers: Musician, Singer, DJ, Composer
Spatial Intelligence (“picture smart”).
Features the potential to recognize and manipulate the patterns of wide space.
Which sculptors, surgeons, chess players, graphic artists, or architects use.
Potential Career choices: Pilot, surgeon, architec
People with spatial intelligence: Frank Lloyd Wright and Amelia Earhart
Intrapersonal Intelligence (“self smart”)
capacity to understand oneself, to have an effective working model of oneself-including own’s desires, fears, and capacities—and to use such information effectively in regulating one’s own life.
Potential careers: Therapist, psychologist, clergy
People: Aristotle and Maya Angelou
Naturalist intelligence (“nature smart”)
involves expertise in the recognition and classification of the numerous species—the flora and fauna—of his or her environment.
People: Charles Darwin and Jane Goddall
Interpersonal Intelligence (“people smart”) is the capacity to understand the intentions, motivations, and desires of other people and consequently to work effectively with others.
Potential careers: Teacher, psychologist, manager
People with Interpersonal intelligence:
Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa