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  1. What are the multiple intelligences?
  2. Rhythmic/musical intelligence
  3. Bodily/kinesthetic intelligence
  4. Visual/spatial intelligence

Developed and introduced by Howard Gardner in 1983 Gardner suggests that ?each individual manifests varying levels of these different intelligences, and thus each person has a unique cognitive profile? Students with high rhythmic intelligence will: Seek patterns in new information Find patterns in their environment Are particularly drawn to sound Respond to cadence in language Pick up terms and phrases in foreign languages easily

[...] Visual/Spatial Intelligence reading maps playing chess drawing diagrams and illustrations geometry jigsaw puzzles Theory of Multiple Intelligences By: Kya Cooper and Katherine Werner TED 3550 Ms. Cain November What are the Multiple Intelligences? Rhythmic/Musical Bodily/Kinesthetic Visual/Spatial Verbal/Linguistic Logical/ Mathematical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Developed and introduced by Howard Gardner in 1983 Gardner suggests that ?each individual manifests varying levels of these different intelligences, and thus each person has a unique cognitive profile? Rhythmic/Musical Intelligence Seek patterns in new information Find patterns in their environment Are particularly drawn to sound Respond to cadence in language Pick up terms and phrases in foreign languages easily Rhythmic/Musical Intelligence Working with pattern blocks Moving to rhythm Drawing visual patterns Learning a foreign language Identifying rhyme schemes Finding patterns in sequences of numbers Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence Being in great control of their bodies Like physical movement Enjoy Dancing Tend to make and invent things with their hands Like playing sports May have a hard time sitting still for long periods of time Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence Provide an open space for creative movement, with trampolines, jump ropes, juggling equipment, etc. [...]

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