xxxiv) Types Of Intelligence

Not understanding the types of intelligence characterized by your intended audience members and not adapting your approach to best handle the presence of these different types. These types of intelligence include

- linguistic (have a strong faculty with spoken and written language)

- logical mathematical (understand causal relationships and numerical information)

- spatial (skilled at forming and manipulating spatial representations in one's mind)

- bodily-kinesthetic (solving problems using whole body or fine motor skills)

- interpersonal (working effectively with and influencing others), etc

Need to realize that individuals learn the most effectively when they receive the same message in a number of different ways so that each re-presentation stimulates the different intelligences. For example, for some people, numbers tell the story; others are more impressed by graphs, tables, or equations, etc


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