Simply put, Dr. Gardner posits that people employ several different types of intelligence, rather than one general type. This site, Multiple Intelligences for Adult Literacy and Education, applies Dr. Gardner's theory to adult education.
If you're a teacher or tutor, you can also use it to find out which intelligences your learner uses most often. Many thanks to Dr. Terry Armstrong for graciously allowing us to use his questionnaire.
Identifying the Multiple Intelligences of Your Students Joyce A. McClellan Gary J. Conti Abstract One way of addressing individual differences among adult learners is to identify the Multiple Intelligences of the learner. Multiple Intelligences refers to the concept developed by Howard Gardner.
Multiple Intelligences Inventory for Adults Place a 2 in the box if the statement is a lot like you, 1 if it is somewhat like you, and 0 if it is not like you at all. by Thomas Armstrong Books are very important to me. Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice in Adult ESL. Mary Ann Christison, University of Utah Deborah Kennedy, Key Resources December The theory of multiple intelligences (MI) broadens the traditional view of intelligence as solely composed .
natural intelligences (your strengths and style and brain-type). This indicator can help you to focus on the sort of learning and work that will be most fulfilling and rewarding for you. The multiple intelligences definitions are available in sheet 2 of the MSExcel file containing this test.
Multiple Intelligences Self-Assessment Quiz Editor’s Note: The multiple intelligences quiz has been removed from Edutopia. While the test was a useful tool to explore different ways in which intelligence can be understood, research calls into question whether results . The theory of multiple intelligences (MI) broadens the traditional view of intelligence as solely composed of verbal/linguistic and logical/mathematical abilities. MI theory maintains that all humans have at least eight different intelligences that represent a variety of .