Logical-mathematical intelligence is often what we refer to when we call someone -- such as a mathematician or an engineer -- smart. You possess the ability to understand complex problems, both logical and mathematical. This intelligence asks questions, finds solutions, and reflects on the problem-solving process.
pandora cant compete with itunes because itunes plays EVERYTHING and panda replays songs an aint nobody want dat . dass why itunes is bedder
I learn from all things like listening and hands-on
Naturalistic learners often understand the patterns of living things, and they apply scientific reasoning to the world. You recognize (and can classify) different types of plants or animals. You also empathize with animals. Some well-known careers for those with naturalistic intelligence are farmer, naturalist, animal behaviorist, and scientist.
You Are a Verbal-Linguistic Learner
Your mantra: Tell me in words -- written or spoken -- and I will understand.
Verbal-linguistic intelligence (along with logical-mathematical intelligence) is often associated with doing well in school. You have the ability to use words effectively for reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The poet has been described as the epitome of verbal-linguistic intelligence.
Tips for the way you learn:
•Use words to explain complicated subjects.
•Engage in the Socratic method, digesting information through a question-and-answer exchange.
•Hone your native ability to tell a story
i am a Logical-Mathematical Learner. i do well with numbers and problems.
I am a naturalistic learner. I do well in nature and I love animals
Naturalistic learners often understand the patterns of living things, and they apply scientific reasoning to the world. You recognize (and can classify) different types of plants or animals. You also empathize with animals. Some well-known careers for those with naturalistic intelligence are farmer, naturalist, animal behaviorist, and scientist
Linguistic- Verbal-linguistic intelligence (along with logical-mathematical intelligence) is often associated with doing well in school. You have the ability to use words effectively for reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The poet has been described as the epitome of verbal-linguistic intelligence.
hi i am monster
im hands on duuuude
im a Naturalistic Learner i like to Observe and record data.
Credit: iStockphotoIn his landmark book Frames of Mind: The Theory Of Multiple Intelligences(1), published in 1983, Harvard University education professor Howard Gardner(2) unveiled a theory of multiple intelligences that famously rejected the traditional and long-held view that aptitude consists solely of the ability to reason and understand complex ideas.
Instead, he identified seven separate human capacities: musical, verbal, physical, interpersonal, visual, logical, and intrapersonal. And not all of them, including the category he added years later -- naturalistic -- could be easily evaluated by the standard measuring stick of the time: the IQ test.
Psychologists, unimpressed with Gardner's mold breaking, mostly looked the other way. Teachers, on the other hand, were electrified. The book supported what educators had known for a long time: Kids in their classrooms possess natural aptitudes for music, sports, emotional understanding -- strengths that cannot be identified in traditional tests. Gardner had given voice, as well as a scholarly support, to their experience. Boston University education professor Scott Seider(3) describes the reaction as a "grassroots uprising" of educators at all levels who embraced multiple intelligences (MI) theory "with a genuine passion."
In the articles that follow, we cast our light on places where the passion awakened by Gardner burns brightest today -- in schoolwide curricula(4), in the hearts and minds of individual teachers(5), in the continuing research on intelligences(6), and, as ever, in the evolving philosophy of Gardner himself(7). Like so many education reforms, the theory of multiple intelligences still is the subject of vociferous and ever-changing debate. Such is the bumpy path to change.
In keeping with our mission to illuminate what works in public education, we look at the specific ways MI enriches the experience of students and advances the goals of their teachers. Be sure to look for more of our MI coverage here on Edutopia.org, which includes a quick personal-assessment test(8) that could help you discover a sense of your own native MI brilliance.
This article originally published on 4/1/2009
i am interpersonal and logical-mathmatical
Im a linguistic learner I can speak in front of people and not have a problem with it... and im logical/mathmatical because i like to figure out things... :)
Visual-spatial intelligence allows you to see and modify things in your mind. With an understanding of the visual world and its relation to physical items, you are good at solving spatial problems, designing, and doing crafts. Interior designers have remarkable spatial abilities, as do painters
im a Visual-Spatial
My learning style is usually hands on just like when i skate i watch and then do it myself
I am a linguistic learner. I can use words effectively.
i think there very good but i thing pandora is better because its free and itunes cost money to buy but then pandora does not always have good songs on
yes because apple will always be my favorite
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