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According to Gardner, intelligences cannot be considered separately because there is a lot of an interaction amongst the various kinds and normally undertaking a simple task entails more than one. Educators should be careful that every child has all eight intelligences, but they function differently in different people because their operation solely depends on environmental, genetic and cultural factors. Some learners are highly developed in respect of a particular intelligence, some moderately so and others are poorly developed. …show more content…
Logical intelligence also includes sensitivity to logical patterns, relationships, statements and similar abstractions. It extends to categorising, classifying, inferring, generalizing, testing of hypothesis and calculating. As a result, learners who are highly developed towards logic and mathematics enjoy reasoning, like organizing, classifying, interpreting information, enjoy working with numbers and they like scientific problem solving. Educators must give these learners experiments to do and present them with situation in which they have to discover patterns.
When using the appropriate teaching strategies the logic intelligence can be applied in the classroom. An educator can use; calculating and quantifying methods, calculating and categorising, Socratic enquiry (conducting a dialogue with learners to help them arrive at the right answer) and can also instill scientific thinking.
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It also implies an awareness of inner moods, intentions, motives, temperament and desires, as well as the capacity for self-discipline, self-understanding and self-respect. Learners where this intelligence is dominant will think best alone. They tend to enjoy individual activities where they can set their own pace and normally rather quiet. However, these learners know themselves very well and like to follow their own instincts.
Several teaching strategies can be embraced in the classroom to help promote the intrapersonal intelligence, an educator; can give learners activities requiring them to think, encourage pupils to think about personal experiences or encounters and including them on the lessons and an educator can make objective sessions, whereby he or she will help or guide learners to formulate their own personal