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Question: Who was the person to first introduce the Theory of Multiple Intelligences?
Question : Match the kind of activity with the corresponding type of intelligence
This intelligence means you have great rhythm, a knack for creating, singing or playing melodies:
Someone with this intelligence notices small distinctions in plant life, enjoys being outdoors, can tell you which clouds are cirrus and which are stratus and what you call the ones that kindergarteners draw in class
People of this intelligence can talk to anyone, anywhere, at any time
Someone with this intelligence would have a really good handle on their own views and opinions, feelings and anxieties, and even goals and dreams
These people are those who know where the car is parked, as relationships in space – like which mall entracnce you came in and which way you went- stick in their brains and make sense:
These are the people who excel at using their bodies-dancers, athleted, certain acotrs or comedians, and just about anyone who has a talent for movement, whether it comes down to manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination, or complex whole-body endeavors
These people are good at finding patterns and completing mathematical equations. They see relationships between numbers, but also between effects and causes
These folks like words and gravitate toward the rhythm, meter, sound, or meaning of words
These people like exploring and finding explanations
Question: Which of the following does not belong to the foundations of MI theory?
Question: Which of the following is not a benefit of the profiling approach to understand students?
Are the following statements True (T) or False (F)?
Question: Which are the main ways of assessing students in terms of the MI approach? (2 correct answers)