MUTIPLE INTELLIGENCE 1
May 11, 2012
MUTIPLE INTELLIGENCE 2
In the following paper I will attempt to explain a few of the theories that Howard Gardner and other researchers’ have concluded, I will begin first by describing the meaning of Multiple Intelligence, which are theories that tell how the brain works, it states that human beings are born with a single intelligence that cannot be ...view middle of the document...
" Jacobus, Lee A. A World Of Ideas; Essential Rading for College Writers. New York/Boston: Bedford/ST. Martins, 2006. 515-534.gist).
Gardner defines the contemporary view of intelligence as, an individual's intelligence test score based on his or her age with no regard to experience or training. "It is an inborn attribute or faculty of the individual." Gardner also states that multiple intelligence, as a contemporary view, but with added emphasis on an individual's ability to problem solve. Each multiple intelligence theory is paired with other ones, for example, Gardner defines the contemporary view of intelligence as, an individual's intelligence test score based on his or her age with no regard to experience or training (Kowalski, R., & Westen, D. (2011). I think that this part of the theory is hard to imagine a person just a test score result. I believe that everyone maybe paired with other intelligence theories, but for me I would like to know what makes my client tick, in other works, I will ask many questions about the clients issues to find out who they are and what a test score tells me they are from the inside out. I feel that is the best way to know what kind of medical raiment to put them one.
Gardner also discusses the idea that most intelligence's are paired to create a person’s personality likely (in addition to his Bodily Kinesthetic ability) have Sptial intelligence allowing him to be aware of the opponents and team members around him. Gardner concludes that while intelligences can work alone and independent of other intelligences, most of the time they work
MUTIPLE INTELLIGENCE 4
as a collection of aptitudes.
This theory will inspire me to remember that each person has their own unique personalities and a temperament, along with different profiles of intelligences, no one kind of intelligence is better than another. So judging the first impression sometimes does not tell the whole story of that individual.
Just as we all look different and have unique personalities and temperaments, we also have different profiles of intelligences, no one kind of...