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How bad you are, you are Life is too short to live with
a life changer in your life. regrets.
The theory of multiple intelligences is Howard Gardner’s theory
that proposes that people are not born with all of the intelligence they will
ever have. It says that intelligence can be learned throughout life.
Also, it claims that everyone is intelligent in at least eight
different ways and can develop each aspect of intelligence to an
average level of competency. Intelligence, as defined by Gardner, is
the ability to solve problems or fashion products that are valuable
in one or more cultural settings.

we can improve education by addressing the multiple


intelligences of our students.
Multiple Intelligences a learner – based
philosophy that
characterizes human
intelligence as
having multiple dimensions
that must be acknowledged
and developed in
education.

Human Intelligence

NOT: a single, unchanged,


inborn capacity
In: IQ Tests
Multiple
Intelligences
Linguistic Intelligence
Gardner's Definition:
Linguistic Intelligence (Word Smart) is the capacity to use language,
your native language, and perhaps other languages, to express what's
on your mind and to understand other people.

Criteria Used for Linguistic Intelligence


•Can understand words and manipulate the structure of
language
•Has highly developed communication skills including
writing, speaking, and story-telling
•Knows and correctly uses rules of grammar
•Enjoys reading, writing, and speaking
•Has a large vocabulary
This person learns best by:
•Saying, hearing, and seeing words
•Writing
•Talking
Activities

•Letter
Book reporting writing
Telling jokes •Storytelling
Writing words •Discussing
Reading •Creative
Journal writing writing
Speaking •Debating
•Persuading
The Effects of Teachers’ Learning
Styles on Teaching
Learning Style Effect on Teaching
The This teacher stresses a curriculum based
Verbal/Linguistic on language—reading, writing, and
Learner speaking.
Activities
•Analyzing
•Reasoning
•Logic Games •Synthesis
•Numbers •Sequencing
•Outlining •Rational Thinking
•Patterns •Scientific Thinking
•Problem Solving •Statistics

The Effects of Teachers’ Learning Styles on Teaching

Learning Style Effect on Teaching


The Logical/Mathematical This teacher tends to concentrate on
Learner concepts that are both logical and
abstract.

Make a deliberate effort to focus on the fact that it is appropriate for students to be
artistic and to think in intuitive leaps.
Spatial
Intelligence
Spatial intelligence is the brain’s ability to perceive and interpret visual
stimuli. In other words, it’s how our minds process what we see.
Although not very recognized, spatial intelligence is very important in the
arts and in everyday life.
activiti The Effects of Teachers’ Learning Styles on Teaching
es
Brochures Painting Learning Style Effect on Teaching
Collages Photography The Visual/Spatial This teacher will provide
Designs Posters Learner a great learning
Drawings Pretending environment for visual
Flow Charts Sculpting learners. The artistic
Mapping Visualization students will do well in
Molding Clay Idea Sketching this classroom.
Patterns Labeling
Build in adequate opportunities for students
who are linguistic learners and for those
who feel artistically inhibited.
Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
It is expertise in using one’s whole body to express ideas and feelings.
Examples: acting, dancing, sports, and using body language

It is the ability to use one’s hands to produce or transform things.


Examples: sculpting clay and hands-on learning

The Effects of Teachers’ Learning Styles on Teaching


Activities
Acting Learning Style Effect on Teaching
Charades
Collections The This teacher will encourage
Demonstrations
Bodily/Kinesthetic experiential learning and
Learner have lots of movement in
Experiments
class. It may be a challenge
Field Trips
to both the logical learner and
Gymnastics
the intrapersonal learner.
Musical
Being musically intelligent
Intelligence
means that you are able to If you are musically intelligent,
distinguish the sounds around you are able to:
you and that you have the • Perceive
ability to make your own • Discriminate
melodies. Even if you are only
singing a song or making • Transform
music, you are using your • Express
musical intelligence! All kinds of musical forms
The Effects of Teachers’ Learning Styles on Teaching

Learning Style Effect on Teaching


The This teacher will tend to have a
Musical/Rhythmic relaxed classroom but may find
Learner it harder to relate to those
students who are not “in tune
with” music.
Activities
The following is a list of activities that can be used in a classroom or
anywhere else to enhance one’s own musical intelligence.

• Sing Ballads • Instrumental sounds


• Listening
• Create Chants • Lyrics
• Create Concept Songs • Mood Music
• Discographies (lists of • Music Composition or creation
musical selections to • Musical concepts
enhance what you are • Musical Performance
learning or teaching.) • Percussion and Raps
• Environmental Sounds • Reproduce sounds and rhythms
• Humming • Singing and Songs
• Illustrate With Sounds • Vocal Sounds and Tonal
• Rhythms Patterns
Interpersonal Intelligence
Gardner's Definition:
• Interpersonal intelligence, (people smart), is
understanding other people.  It’s an ability we all
need, but is at a premium if you are a teacher,
clinician, salesperson, or a politician.  Anybody
who deals with other people has to be skilled in
the interpersonal sphere.
Be sensitive to the students who need to be alone in order to
create, to learn, or just to be.
The Effects of Teachers’ Learning Styles on Teaching
Learning Style Effect on Teaching
The Interpersonal This teacher generally uses cooperative
Learner learning in the classroom. Students will feel
free to interact and are expected to do so;
perfect for the extrovert.
“What is intrapersonal intelligence?”
Intrapersonal intelligence is self-knowledge and the ability
to act adaptively on the basis of that knowledge. This
intelligence includes having an accurate picture of oneself
(one’s strengths and weaknesses); awareness of inner
moods, intentions, motivations, temperaments, and desires;
and the capacity for self-discipline, self-understanding,
and self-esteem. Essentially, it’s how well you know
yourself.
The Effects of Teachers’ Learning Styles on Teaching

Learning Style Effect on Teaching


The Intrapersonal This teacher will be a great support for the
Learner student who has trouble functioning in groups.
Naturalist Intelligence
* Recognizes and can name many different types of trees,
flowers, and plants.
* Has an interest in and good knowledge of how the body
works and keeps abreast of health issues.
* Is conscious of tracks, nests, and wildlife on a walk and can
“read” weather signs.
* Has an understanding of, and interest in, the main global
environmental issues.

Naturalistic Learner
If you have strong naturalistic intelligence
you might learn better by

* Studying outside

* Smelling, seeing touching, tasting,

* Observing natural phenomenon


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Conclusion
THA attentio
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Guys
Everyone has inteligences,
But no one have all af them, maybe just three until five of
eight inteligences as we know.
As a teacher we must know and uderstand about
the talent of our student.

Someone who succes in her/his life ,is not someone


who can do everything, but who focus to the one.

Mario Teguh.

See you next


time!!!
The Related Video: Introduction to Multiple
Intelligences