Essay on Exp 105

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In Gardner’s book, book “Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences” He states his theory that people have a various ranges of cognitive abilities and often learn dependent to certain types of intelligences and a need or reason to learn. The seven intelligences that Gardner refers to in his theory are: Logical-Mathematical, Linguistic, Spatial, Musical, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal. Gardner believes that, although, these seven sources are physically separated in the brain, they work in conjunction with one another and can often complement each other, to enable a person the ability to perform certain skills and also be capable of solving problems. Gardner’s theory is about how humans understand and perceive the world in several different ways. How we, simultaneously utilize different forms of intelligence, even though each form of intelligence may be anatomically separated from each other. These seven different intelligences are: Linguistic which is the use of spoken or written words; Logical-Mathematical which gives you the ability to use fact based and non-emotional thinking, and reasoning attributes; Visual-Spatial is the ability to memorize and visualize objects (not necessarily through the use of vision); Bodily-kinesthetic is knowing your body and being able to control your physical motion; Musical-Rhythmic is the ability to learn music and rhythm, tones and beats; Interpersonal is the ability to communicate well with others and form relationships; Intrapersonal would be the ability to understand your own emotions and feelings. Gardner believes that we all learn in our own unique ways using these intelligences differently. Of the seven intelligences, the two that I can relate to most are the Visual-Spatial and intrapersonal. I can closely relate to these