The Theory of Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner defined the first seven intelligences in Frames of Mind in 1983, which are visual, verbal mathematical, bodily, musical, intrapersonal, and interpersonal. He added the last two in Intelligence Reframed in 1999, which are naturalist and existentialist. Gardner developed the theory of multiple intelligences from studying different types of people in everyday life. He did studies on people brain, stroke victims, and autistic individuals. Howard Gardner had a theory behind finding the multiple intelligences. One which was so that students and educators could have the ability to create an effective product or offer a service that is valued in a culture. To have a set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in life and the potential for finding or creating solutions for problems, which involve gathering new knowledge. The education of The Theory of Multiple Intelligences is helpful when it is understood. The different kinds of multiple intelligences are useful depending on what kind of project is being worked on. Knowing the idea of multiple intelligences will contribute to the learner. Different types of intelligence and their benefits will go into further detail. Intelligences and its benefits throughout life will show how important intelligences are. One form of multiple intelligences is a Visual are those children are the ones who could learn best by learning by looking at whatever it is they are doing. They like to see what you are talking about in order to understand. They enjoy looking at charts, graphs, maps, tables, illustrations, art, puzzles, basically anything that catches the eye. That is the way for visual learners to learn and to catch on to something. It does not mean that the student could not learn any other way, it is just that they would catch on more quicker the way that they choose.
Verbal are those children who demonstrate strength in the language arts such as, speaking, writing, reading, listening. They could be very good at what they do just by paying attention. These students have always been successful in classrooms because of that, as if the pretty much already know. Their intelligence could help other peoples out with learning, because they would catch on quickly.
Mathematical are those children who display an interest for numbers, reasoning and problem solving. Half of those students would do well in a regular classroom where teaching is logically sequenced and students are asked to conform. Numbers could be a big deal for a lot of students. Numbers could become stressful and frustrating to understand. Without the understanding students could be completely off with never completing their work and not turning it in.
Bodily are those children who experience learning best through activity such as games, movement, hands-on tasks, and building things. These children could not do one thing for a long period of time. These children always need something or someone to do for entertainment. Those are the ones who would constantly have to be told to stop doing something or to sit still.
Musical are those children who learn well through songs, patterns, rhythms, instruments and musical expression. They would learn quickly if it is a special beat going on with it. One example would be how everyone learned the alphabets. The Naturalist is those children who love being outside, who love animals, and the field trips. They would be more into their science class than anything.
Intrapersonal are those who children who are especially in touch with their own feelings, values and ideas. They may tend to be more reserved, but they are actually quite intuitive about what they learn and how it relates to their selves. Interpersonal are those children who are noticeably people oriented and outgoing, and do their