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31 March, 22:18

A teacher who tailors his or her educational practices in a way that assesses multiple types of intelligence, such as bodily/kinesthetic intelligence, or interpersonal intelligence, is likely to be influenced by the theory of

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  1. 31 March, 22:42
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    A teacher who tailors his or her educational practices in a way that assesses multiple types of intelligence, such as bodily/kinesthetic intelligence, or interpersonal intelligence, is likely to be influenced by the theory of Howard Gardner.

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    Gardner penned hundreds of investigation articles and 30 books interpreted into over thirty languages. As illustrated in his 1983 book "Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences", he is renowned for his concept of multiple intelligences. He was a developmental psychologist in America.

    Humans have multiple ways of information processing according to his theory, and these forms are relatively not dependent on each other. The hypothesis is a criticism of the conventional theory of intelligence, which highlights the association between abilities, and also traditional assessments such as IQ tests which usually only account for verbal, logical and spatial abilities.
  2. 31 March, 23:25
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    The teacher is likely to be influenced by the theory of Howard Gardner.
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