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  • Harvard's Howard Gardner, for example, parses intelligence into seven different realms, ranging from "" logical-mathematical '' to "" bodily-kinesthetic. ''

    Testing The Science Of Intelligence

  • Those with visual-spatial intelligence also generally have a very good sense of direction and may also have very good hand-eye coordination, although this is normally seen as a characteristic of the bodily-kinesthetic intelligence.

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  • There are other, neglected intelligences people might harbor: bodily-kinesthetic, musical, spatial, interpersonal (the ability to interact well with people) and intrapersonal (knowing oneself).

    Intelligence Designer

  • This wasn't necessarily snobbishness; I recall that my own school's gifted program spared me daily poundings from schoolmates I thought were dumber than houseplants but I now realize were simply blessed with high bodily-kinesthetic IQs.

    Intelligence Designer

  • According to Mr. Gardner, intelligence is not limited to proficiency in math and language -- there are other, neglected intelligences people might harbor: bodily-kinesthetic, musical, spatial, interpersonal and intrapersonal (knowing oneself).

    Real Genius

  • Gardner lists bodily-kinesthetic intelligence as just one of his many intelligences.

    A Sea Of Blue

  • Murray notes (he has mentioned this in earlier works, but it is well worth repeating) that although most of his readers understand that there is wide variability in some of Gardner's other "intelligences" - such as the musical and the bodily-kinesthetic "intelligences" - his readership does not appreciate the wide variability that actually exists in mathematical and linguistic intelligence.

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  • Their learning style wasn't visual or auditory, as they claimed so much as lazy, rote memorization that required minimal effort on their parts. from a list that encompassed several of the types of learning styles including naturalistic, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, visual-spatial, logical-mathematical, and verbal-linguistic (list of learning styles taken from edutopia. org) « Reply #10 on: Today at 11: 49: 34 AM »

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  • Briefly, he has posited that our intellectual abilities are divided among at least eight abilities: verbal-linguistic, logical-mathematical, visual-spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, naturalistic, musical, interpersonal, and intrapersonal.

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  • The authors seem to assume that a learner's intelligence type is fixed, so that, for example, teachers have to find ways to present material one way to students with bodily-kinesthetic intelligence and another way to students with logical-mathematical intelligence, and then find ways to assess the two comparatively (p. 112).

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