The theory of multiple intelligences differentiates human intelligence into specific 'modalities', rather than seeing intelligence as dominated by a single general ability. According to the theory, an intelligence 'modality' must fulfill eight criteria: [1]. Gardner proposed eight abilities that he held to meet these criteria: [2]. In , he suggested that existential and moral intelligences may also be worthy of inclusion.

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MI Checklist 1. Goal: Learn about the theory of Multiple Intelligence and do a self-assessment. This is a minute workshop focusing on the 8 intelligences as theorized by Dr. The purpose of this workshop is to help you recognize that people have various learning styles and identify your own styles that may better help you succeed in your education.

Linguistics — skills with words. Logical-Mathematical — skills with numbers and reasoning. Spatial — skills with pictures and images. Bodily-Kinesthetic — physical skills. Musical — skills with melody and rhythm. Interpersonal — skills of social understanding. Intrapersonal — skills of self-knowledge. Naturalistic — skills of making connections to elements in nature. MI Checklist 2. MI Checklist Adult. Copyright, Thomas Armstrong, Ph. Check the statements that apply to you. Count the number of checkmarks in each category.

Circle the number of checkmarks you have on the scale at the end of the page. Linguistic Intelligence. Books are important to me. I can hear words in my head before I read, speak, or write them down.

I get more out of listening to an audiotape or the radio than I do from television or films. I enjoy word games like Scrabble, Anagrams or Password. I enjoy entertaining others or myself with tongue twisters, nonsense rhymes or puns. Other people sometimes have to stop and ask me to explain the meaning of the words I use. English, social studies, history were easier for me in school than math and science.

When I drive down a freeway, I pay more attention to the words written on billboards than to the scenery. MI Checklist 3. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence. I can double or triple a cooking recipe or carpentry measurements without having to put it all down on paper. I beat my friends in chess, checkers, Go or other strategy games. I wonder a lot about how certain things work. I believe that most things have a rational explanation. I sometimes think in clear, abstract, wordless, imageless concepts.

I like finding logical flaws in things that people say and do at home and at work. I feel more comfortable when something has been measured, categorized, analyzed or quantified in some way. MI Checklist 4. Spatial Intelligence. I often see clear visual images when I close my eyes. I am sensitive to color. I have a camera or a camcorder that I use to record what I see around me.

I enjoy solving jigsaw puzzles, mazes or other visual puzzles. I have vivid dreams at night. I can generally find my way around unfamiliar territory. I like to draw or doodle. Geometry was easier for me than algebra in school. I prefer looking at reading material that is heavily illustrated. MI Checklist 5. Bodily- Kinesthetic Intelligence. I engage in at least one sport or physical activity on a regular basis. I find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time.

I like working with my hands at some concrete activity such as sewing, weaving, carving, carpentry, model-building or a similar task. I often like to spend my free time outdoors.

I frequently use hand gestures or other forms of body language when conversing with someone. I need to touch things in order to learn more about them. I enjoy daredevil amusement rides, or similar thrilling experiences. I would describe myself as well coordinated. I need to practice a new skill by doing it rather than simply reading about it or seeing a video that describes it.

MI Checklist 6. Musical Intelligence. I have a good singing voice. I can tell when a musical note is off-key. I frequently listen to musical selections on radio, audiotapes or CDs. I play a musical instrument. My life would be poorer if there was no music in it.

I catch myself sometimes walking down a street with a television jingle or other tune running through my mind. I can easily keep time to a piece of music with a simple percussion instrument.

I know the tunes to many different songs or musical pieces. If I hear a music selection once or twice, I am usually able to sing it back fairly accurately.

I often make tapping sounds or single little melodies while working, studying, or learning something new. MI Checklist 7. Interpersonal Intelligence. I prefer sports like badminton, volleyball, or softball to solo sports such as swimming or jogging.

I have at least three close friends. I prefer social pastimes like Monopoly or Bridge to individual recreations such as video games or Solitaire. I enjoy the challenge of teaching another person or group of people what I know how to do. I consider myself a leader or others have called me that. I feel comfortable in the midst of a crowd. I like to get involved in social activities connected to my work, church or community. I would rather spend my evenings at a lively party than at home alone.

MI Checklist 8. Intrapersonal Intelligence. I like to spend time along to mediate, reflect, or think about important life questions.

I have attended counseling sessions or personal growth seminars to learn more about myself. I consider myself to be a strong-willed or fiercely independent. I see myself as a loner or others see me that way. I have a special hobby or interest that I keep pretty much to myself. I have some important goals in life that I think about on a regular basis.

I would prefer to spend a weekend alone in a cabin the woods than at a fancy resort with lots of people around. I keep a personal diary or journal that records events of my inner life. I am self -employed or have at least seriously thought about starting my own business.

MI Checklist 9. Naturalistic Intelligence. My sensory skills sight, sound, taste, smell, touch are keen. I am aware and concerned about the environment and of endangered species. I easily learn characteristics, names, categorization and data about objects or species found in the natural world.

I notice things in the environment that others often miss. I categorize things from the natural world.


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