People have researched that an individual who is intelligent as a human being can figure out issues, have logical purpose, and can think critically. Although Dr. Gardner saw a diverse performance of learning for every specific person, he knew that everyone is acquiring information. Gardner’s Theory implies that everyone has various intelligences, stability, and instability. I believe the theory on learning is significant because those that become teachers show patience and know that every pupil is not wired the same, so it is unlikely for a teacher to give up on them. When I think about Gardner’s Theory I think Ludwig Van Beethoven’s story, he is a case in history showing that everyone can be taught and learn no matter what their learning intelligences are. I find it is necessary to interpret finding ways to educate all pupils.
Gardner’s Seven Intelligences consist of Logical-Mathematical, Linguistic, Spatial, Musical, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal Intelligences. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence focuses on facts and evidence they use their ability to detect patterns and reason deductively to aid them in problem solving. Linguistic Intelligence displays good communication skills, being able to verbally express themselves to others, uses languages as a learning tool to retain information, for example; making a rhyme to remember something or repeating a question out loud until it sticks to the mind. Spatial Intelligence is by seeing something for what it could be rather than as it is, using your senses and intelligence for problem solving, example; blind children being able to gauge how close or far an object is. Musical Intelligence associates with how talented an individual is by composing, performing, and values music and its patterns. People who improve upon this intelligence usually are capable using rhythms and patterns to aid the way they learn. Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence is the ability to perform good...
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