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“IT ALL DEPENDS UPON HOW WE LOOK AT THINGS”
"When you focus on problems, you'll have more problems. When you focus on possibilities, you'll have more opportunities." Zig Ziglar
“We have this myth that the only way to learn something is to read it in a textbook or hear a lecture on it. And the only way to show that we’ve understood something is to take a short-answer test or maybe occasionally with an essay question thrown in. But that’s nonsense. Everything can be taught in more than one way.” – Howard Gardner
People who are linguistic have a knack for reading, writing, explaining ideas, and memory recall for written and oral information. “This intelligence includes the ability to effectively use language to express oneself rhetorically or poetically” (Smith, 2008, p.17). Gardner identified people of this intelligence to become: writers, lawyers, teachers, journalists, and speakers.
People who are of this intelligence are good at reasoning, thinking mathematically and logically to solve problems, and recognising patterns. Some careers for this intelligence are: scientist, mathematician, accountant, computer programmer, and engineer (About Education, 2015).
Are good at using space and visualisation. They enjoy drawing, looking at images, solving puzzles, reading, writing, and have a nose for directions. Possible careers for people of this intelligence include: architect, artist, and engineer.
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Intelligence is the capacity to do something useful in the society in which we live. Intelligence is the ability to respond successfully to new situations and the capacity to learn from one’s past experiences.” – Dr. Howard Gardner
These people use their intelligence to solve problems using their bodies. But it isn’t simply physical, they also use their mind to control their body movements. They have excellent hand eye coordination, and learn a lot from touching. They are hands on. Gardner identified people of this intelligence to become: artist, builder, dancer, sculptor, and actor.
This intelligence uses sound, music, and rhythms to think in patterns. Those who are musical tend to enjoy singing and playing instruments, recognise and compose music, and are good at remembering songs and words. Gardner identified musical intelligence as having strong links to linguistic intelligence. Careers that link into this kind of intelligence are: musician, composer, teacher, singer, and conductor.
People who have interpersonal intelligence are good at understanding and relating to those around them. They are skilled at identifying others emotions, motivations, and their strengths. They are able to communicate verbally and non-verbally with ease, try to see situations from a variety of perspectives, and enjoy developing positive relationships. People with this intelligence tend to have careers in: politician, sales representative, psychologist, counsellor, and philosopher.
This intelligence includes people who are in tune with the environment around them. They like to explore and figure out the world around them through their exploration. They enjoy have a connection to nature, and are therefore outdoors people. Possible careers: farmer, agriculturalist, and biologist.
People of this intelligence have a deep understanding of their own feelings, thoughts, motivations, and fears. They are able to reflect upon their lives, strengths, and relationships, they then analyse these. Gardner identified people of this intelligence to become: theorist, philosopher, writer, and theorist.
Values and intuitions to understand others and the world around them.
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