Interpersonal Sales people, teachers, clinicians, politicians, religious leaders The ability to sense other's feelings and be in tune with others. Computer technology is beginning to make some differences. These processes include selective encoding sorting relevant from irrelevant information in the environment , selective combination integrating information into a meaningful interpretation of the situation , and selective comparison relating new information to existing knowledge. Journal of Educational Psychology, 90 3 , 374-384. The intelligence of emotional intelligence.
For each of the eight intelligences in the Howard Gardner list, think about your own level of talents and performance. Is this thinking limited to the ways the student obtains or conveys information? Quoting from a description of the The GoodWork® Project is a large scale, multi-site effort to identify individuals and institutions that exemplify good work--work that is excellent in quality, socially responsible, and meaningful to its practitioners--and to determine how best to increase the incidence of good work in our society. This refers to the efficiency and precision of one's neurological system. Since the middle 1980s, I have been heavily involved in school reform efforts in the United States. The other five types of intelligences include: musical, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist.
Practical- the abillity to adapt to a changing environment. First, tacit knowledge generally is acquired on one's own with little support from other people or resources. This intellect is the hardest to assess because it is so individualized. Un buen ejemplo de esta idea se observa en personas que, a pesar de obtener excelentes calificaciones académicas, presentan problemas importantes para relacionarse con otras personas o para manejar otras facetas de su vida. Por otro lado, tanto saber distanciarse de la situación para desdramatizar eventos con un impacto emocional negativo como saber identificar los propios sesgos de pensamiento son herramientas muy útiles tanto para mantener un buen nivel de bienestar como para rendir mejor en diferentes aspectos de la vida. I am married to Ellen Winner, a developmental psychologist who teaches at Boston College. These elements include: componential, experiential, and contextual.
Learning styles, on the other hand, relate to an individual's personality and learning preferences. When knowledge acquisition is supported, certain processes underlying that acquisition are facilitated. New York: Cambridge University Press. His 1983 book Frames of Mind, outlined his theory and his eight major types of intelligence. Individuals may be equally strong or weak in all, but most show variation in their abilities among the different types of intelligences.
Key Propositions American Psychologist Howard Gardner proposes that we multiple intelligences. For further information please contact Content questions: Dr. It is one thing to propose a new and glitzy theory, but quite another to devise measurement operations that enable educators to assess the abilities posited by the theory in a reliable and valid way. Logical-mathematical Mathematicians, logicians The ability to learn higher mathematics. Since 1971, David Perkins has served as Co-Director of Project Zero. Las personas que destacan en este tipo de inteligencia suelen tener capacidades que les permiten idear imágenes mentales, dibujar y detectar detalles, además de un sentido personal por la estética.
The third phase was designed to apply the Theory of Successful Intelligence to the educational environment. Bertrand Regader Barcelona, 1989 es Graduado en Psicología por la Universitat de Barcelona, con especialidad en Psicología Educativa. The study of intelligence has proved to be a continuously evolving, dynamic field, with the breadth of the field expanding rapidly over the past 25 - 30 years. Augmented Theory of Successful Intelligence The traditional view of intelligence is that it comprises a single general ability g , under which are hierarchically arranged successively more specific levels of abilities, such as fluid ability the ability to think flexibly and in novel ways and crystallized ability cumulative knowledge. Generalized Comparison: Cognitive-contextual theories address the way cognitive processes operate.
But while technology's effects on human intelligence measurement may be positive, there are some distressing and potentially negative repercussions. Existen varias maneras de conocerse mejor a uno mismo. This lack of ability to self-assess may be due to a combination of internal poor metacognition and external factors poor ability to compare oneself to others. The beauty in it is that you can take the philosophy and figure out how it's going to work with your kids. There is scientific experiment to support the theory Limitations of Gardner's Theory The possibility to obtaining an invalid test result because participants can lie or study for the test. Developmental Review, 22 2 , 162—210.
It is clear that there is little correlation between assessed l. Vitamins, or the lack thereof, can affect neural intelligence. But developments on the measurement front have not, as of yet, kept up with theoretical developments. The second phase included studies designed to develop valid and reliable methods to assess analytical, practical, and creative abilities. He suggested that whereas most concepts of intelligence had been ethnocentric and culturally biased, his was universal.
Como su propio nombre indica, este tipo de inteligencia se vincula a la capacidad para el razonamiento lógico y la resolución de problemas matemáticos. Naturalistic Triarchic Theory of Intelligence -Sternberg agrees with Gardner that intelligence is much braoder than an I. With the guidance from teachers, the students have got to start disciplining the mind to take advantage of how to solve problems in multiple ways and the use of computers enhances that ability. And knowledge-acquisition components learn how to solve problems in the first place. However, there are many researchers who have contributed to the extensive and continually growing collection of research papers on intelligence. Fourth and finally, a characteristic feature of tacit knowledge is that it has practical value to the individual. Generalmente, se requiere dominar gran parte de ellas para enfrentarnos a la vida, independientemente de la profesión que se ejerza.
Metacomponents, or higher order executive processes, plan, monitor, and evaluate courses of thinking and action. Big Thinkers: Howard Gardner on Multiple Intelligences. Los científicos, economistas, académicos, ingenieros y matemáticos suelen destacar en esta clase de inteligencia. Unskilled and unaware of it: How difficulties in recognizing one's own incompetence lead to inflated self-assessments. All of my post-secondary education has been at Harvard University.