Essays Tagged: "Theory of multiple intelligences"

Piaget vs. Gardner on Childhood Intelligence.

stage, which is the highest level the child is at regardless of age (Vander Zanden, 2003).Piaget's theory explains how human intelligence develops through an intellectual regulatory process geared by ... to be a seminal book in the educational community, Frames of Mind, which was published in 1983. The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, which Gardner proposed in this book, has become a catalyst, as wel ...

(5 pages) 244 0 4.6 Jun/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology > Psychological Theories & Authors

Personal Learning Styles.

personal learning style. Before reading the aforementioned text I had no idea why at certain times of the day I just couldn't seem to grasp information that was being presented. I could not understan ... . I could not understand why in a classroom setting when the instructors gave out every tiny detail of a subject I would just get bored and zone out. However, once I read Discovering Your personal Lea ...

(2 pages) 197 0 0.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Education

Self Assessment.

Self Assessment and Reflection PaperAbstractThe amount of one's success can best be determined simply by understanding their style. By style, I am not spea ... d simply by understanding their style. By style, I am not speaking of a particular hairstyle or way of dress, but of a learning style. Learning styles are different approaches to learning. Just as one ... ve learning. I believe that one never stops learning. We have the opportunity to learn every moment of our lives, be in the time of day or the secret to growing old gracefully. Therefore, I am committ ...

(5 pages) 679 1 4.1 Jan/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

Multiple Intelligences

highly engaging learning experiences, which are both motivating and challenging to students.The Theory of Multiple Intelligences offers teachers yet another opportunity to hone in on their student ... r, just knowing about or reading about Multiple Intelligences is not sufficient. One must put this theory into practical application in order to achieve the benefits of teaching to Multiple Intellige ...

(8 pages) 347 0 2.0 Jun/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Education

Spearmans model of intelligence and Gardners multiple intelligences

Individual Project Page 2Charles Spearman proposed his theory as justification for the current conception ofintelligence as a single entity that could be s ... in less than absolute correlations between tests(Rogers,318-20). Consequently, Spearman'sTwo-Factor theory described intellectual performance as a combination of general intelligence(g) which is prese ...

(3 pages) 373 0 3.0 Jul/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology > Psychological Theories & Authors

Applying Multiple Intelligences Theory to Language Teaching.

de people intellectually different from each other. But the first person who put forth an organised theory was Dr Howard Gardner. This well-known American cognitive psychologist gave a reasonable expl ... psychologist gave a reasonable explanation for all questions regarding intelligence. He called his theory 'Multiple Intelligence (MI)'. I'm going to review the evolution of the notion of intelligence ...

(15 pages) 226 0 4.2 Nov/2005

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Language Studies

Wilderness Leadership, Experiential Education: Case Study.

etting, experiential education will allow those students to understand the material covered outside of the classroom setting. Another reason experiential education is a benefit to students is through ... iculum is the Belfast Academy in Goldsboro, North Carolina. This schools mission is to "The mission of Belfast Academy guarantees students will exude attitude, effort, and attendance. This will be acc ...

(4 pages) 65 1 3.4 Dec/2005

Subjects: Science Essays > Forestry

Applying Learning Theories: Spivey

ing the needs of a variety of learners. Multiple intelligences, constructivism, and social learning theory all have important instructional implications for the language arts classroom.The multiple in ... ssroom.The multiple intelligences theory provides a holistic perspective of human intelligence.This theory of human intelligence, developed by psychologist Howard Gardner, suggests there are at least ...

(6 pages) 298 0 3.0 Apr/2006

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Education

Multiple intelligences & modern education

Howard Gardner, a professor at Harvard, introduced his theory of multiple intelligences in 1983. It is a theory about the brain that says human beings are ...

(2 pages) 67 0 3.0 Apr/2006

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Education

Compare and Contrast Spearman and Gardner Intelligence Models

mpare and contrast Spearman's Model of Intelligence and Gardner's Multiple Intelligence models. One theory of intelligence states that there is one general school of thought and the other theory belie ... nce believes there are more than one factor (Wade & Tavris, 2006, pp. 322 & 328).Spearman's theory is supported by a high IQ and very simple cognitive tasks. These tests are considered very si ...

(4 pages) 128 0 4.3 Sep/2006

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology > Psychological Theories & Authors

Spearman's model of intelligence and Gardner's multiple intelligences

Charles E. Spearman was a British psychologist who published his psychometric theory in 1904. (Kim SlowByte 2000). Spearman believed that there was one theory of intelligence, wh ... e, or the "g" factor in which everyone's intelligence could be measured. Spearman believed that his theory was the only one needed to test everyone and if a person did well on his test then they would ... oorly on his test then the person would do poorly at everything else.Dr. Howard Gardner developed a theory of multiple intelligences back in 1983 and he was also a professor of education at Harvard Un ...

(3 pages) 78 0 3.0 Jan/2007

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology > Psychological Theories & Authors

Spearman versus Gardner: A Comparison of the Two Basic Theories of Intelligence

the nature of intelligence. The two major theories of intelligence are the one general intelligence theory, and the theory of multiple intelligences. The general intelligence theory implies that there ... at there is only one general factor which governs all intelligence, while the multiple intelligence theory holds that there are several diverse forms of intelligence. In addition to the evaluation of ...

(4 pages) 120 0 3.0 Feb/2007

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology

In this paper, we will be exploring two theories of intelligence; Charles Spearman and Howard

nderstanding about the nature of intelligence; and they have yet to agree on a single definition or theory. Many theorists analyze the results of intelligence tests and identify clusters of abilities. ... avior is generated by a single, unitary quality within the human mind or brain. In contrast to this theory, Gardner argued that we do not have one general intelligence. Gardner's approach is to find a ...

(4 pages) 130 0 5.0 Aug/2007

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology > Psychological Theories & Authors

Two Factor Theory of Intelligence VS. Theory of Multiple Intelligences

sychologist who was one of the first to develop theories on intelligence. He founded the two-factor theory of intelligence by focusing on relationships. He found that people who excelled in one mental ... ard Gardner, on the other hand, argues that there is no single intelligence, but instead proposed a theory of "multiple intelligences". He felt as though previous definitions of intelligences were to ...

(3 pages) 119 0 3.0 Oct/2007

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology > Psychological Theories & Authors

Group Dynamics

it is about communicating in groups and teams. My goal is to provide you with a broad understanding of the communication process our team used.Well the first thing we did was identifying the type of g ... hat is considered s small group because we all shared a common purpose or goal, we all felt a sense of belonging to the group, and well exert influence on one another.Secondly, we had to identify the ...

(2 pages) 77 0 2.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Psychology

Personal Guide to Axia College

o write a paper is called plagiarism. Plagiarism is not accepted at Axia College, it is illegal and offensive to the author. When the writer does not give the real writer credit then they are saying t ... their words and the authors name after the quote. The author must always be known in the resources of a paper when using their information.Setting and Achieving GoalsGoals are important to have when ...

(4 pages) 29 0 1.0 Nov/2008

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers