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Outsiders In Urban Societies eChool We often think that smart person is the one that gets 100 in math or the one that really good in science This book made me realized thatvery person has their own intelligence such as social skillmusicsport Stargate Sg 1 P O W Volume 1 etc You re Smarter Than You Think A Kid s Guide to Multiple Intelligences is about the multiple intelligence theory first approached by Howard Gardner Gardner critiued the notion that there is only one human intelligenceThomas Armstrong writes about 8 types of intelligence musical rhythmic visual spatial verbal linguistic logical mathematical bodily kinesthetic interpersonal intrapersonal and naturalistic The book is veryasy to read so as to nable both adults and children to njoy itI recommend having this book in your library It helps parents nhance their #CHILDREN S MI 3 KINDLE OWN #s MI 3 kindle own Read aloud w girls and we all found it interesting to learn about the different intelligences and which ones come naturally and which ones we have to work to develop I mostly njoyed that it gave us a vocabulary for talking about different ways of being smart and how being smart isn t Animal Fun Puppy exclusively doing well academically rather there are lots of other ways we are smart I read about multiple intelligences while doing some research for somethinglse I decided to pick up Armstrong s book from the library as a helpful resource for my oldest son He is in grade ten this year and we have been talking a lot about his Giant Wb Mother Goose educational and career path going forwardHe is not a reader He is very Body Smart and learns better by doing so I read it first My younger son was interested and being my reading buddy he read it next We are both Word Smart The three of us then thought about talked about and decided on some additional ways we could learn and maybe learn a little bit differently This was just what I was hoping for The book is geared for kids and this made the conceptsasy to read with plenty of Teach Yourself Hungarian examples and scenarios We all agreed that we were intelligent in lots of ways we knew about deep down and lots of ways we hadn t thought about before 6 thumbs up from us Armstrong is a radical aboutducation This revolutionary book challenges us to think about lots of different ways children learn It s not reading writing and arithmetic any Some time ago Howard Gardner wrote about multiple intelligences Maybe school systems "HAVE PICKED UP ON THIS REVOLUTIONARY "picked up on this revolutionary Armstrong translates Gardner ideas into action for the classroom For Cabinet Maker Upholsterer S Guide example some studentsxcel at being Word Smart Others are Music Smart His radical idea Intelligence in one mode of learning can be used to learn in another mode Armstrong provides advice and resources for making this happen Not The English Patient every piece of advice will work withvery student However there s a bountiful array of ideas and strategies to make the book worthwhile The problem with the book is its focus on students Too often the analysis is too complex for young students who could best benefit from the book Perhaps junior high students could benefit from it assuming parental or other outside help This book belongs in the hands of teachers and students in teaching prep courses in college I would ven suggest this book for college professor. To plan for the future Resources describe related books software games and organizationsAs kids read the book try Tom’s ideas and check out the resources they stop asking “How smart am I” and start asking “How am I smart” This powerful learning tool is recommended for all kids and all adults committed to helping young people do and be their be. Enjoyed I think it needs a test in it to help you know which intelligence you have I have been very interested in this multiple intelligence It has made "ME UNDERSTAND MY DGHTS LEARNING STYLE "understand my dghts learning style use to think things she liked were very random and varied Now I realize she is picture spatial learner It s a great theory wish it were true So called researchers otherwise known as academics who need to publish something push multiple #intelligence onto an unsuspecting public and into our ducational system and #onto an unsuspecting public and into our The Duke Of Windsor educational system and it as gospel The bad news is that multiple intelligence is not based on any real scientificvidence it s simply a great story that has created it s own marketHere s the uiz to find out what kind of SMART you areWORD SMARTI love to readI like to tell storiesI write stories or poetryI The Thomas Guide 2008 Portland Street Guide enjoy learning foreign languagesI have a good vocabularyI spell wellI like to write letters ormailI njoy talking about ideas with othersI have a good memory for names or factsI play word games such as word scrambles hidden word puzzles Scrabble or crossword puzzlesI like to do research and word puzzles Scrabble or crossword puzzlesI like to do research and about ideas that interest meI have fun playing with words puns tongue twisters and rhymesMUSIC SMARTI njoy singingI like listening to musicI play an instrumentI read musicI remember melodies or tunes 40 Uses For Grandpa easilyIasily recognize many different songsI hear the differences between different instruments being played togetherI hum or sing while thinking or doing tasksI Municipal Disclosure Standards Sourcebook easily pick up rhythms in the sounds around meI like making musical sounds with my body humming clapping hands snapping fingers or tapping feetI make up or write my own songs or rapsI remember facts by making up a song for themLOGIC SMARTI find numbers fascinatingI like scienceIasily do math in my headI like solving mysteriesI So enjoy counting thingsI likestimating or guessing the amounts of thingsI remember numbers and statistics A Pilgrim Shadow easily sports scores height of the worlds tallest buildingInjoy games that use strategy like chess and checkersI notice the links between actions and their results know as cause and Higher Ground effectI spend time doing brainteasers or logic puzzlesInjoy discovering how computers workI love to organize information on charts and graphsI use computers for than playing gamesPICTURE SMARTI remember faces better than namesI like to draw out my ideas or make sketches to help me figure out problemsI think in pictures and 1990 Standard Guide To Cars And Prices easily see objects in my mindInjoy building thingsI like taking things apart and putting them back togetherI work with art materials like paper paint and markersI Agile Project Management With Scrum enjoy watching movies or videoI play lots of video gamesI notice the styles of clothing hairstyles cars bikes or otherveryday thingsI read or draw maps for funI njoy looking at photos and pictures and talking about themI see patterns in the world around meI draw or doodle a lotI draw things in great detail or realisticallyI remember in pictures or images things that I have learnedI learn by watching people do thingsI do visual puzzles mazes and optical illusionsI like building models or things in 3DBODY SMARTI like to move around and be activeI learn physical skills asily and uicklyI move while I thinkI njoy acting in skit. Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences has revolutionized the way we think about being smart Teachers are using multiple intelligences curricula in their classrooms Multiple intelligences schools have opened in several states But it’s not nough for adults to know about multiple intelligences In true Free Spirit style this new book helps S or playsI mimic or imitate people s There Won T Be War expressionsI play sports or do well in one particular sportI do crafts or build models with skillI dance gracefullyI use movement to help me remember things I have good coordination or a good sense of timingI love being outside and running at recessPEOPLE SMARTI like to watch peopleI make friendsasilyI offer to help when someone needs itI njoy group activities and lively conversationsI help other people around me get along betterI feel confident when meeting new peopleI like to organize activities for my friends and myselfI asily guess how people are feeling just by looking at themI know how to get people The Alhambra Court In The Crystal Palace excited about working together or get them involved in things I m interested inI prefer to work and learn with other rather than aloneInjoy getting people to see things my wayI get concerned about issues of fairness and right and wrongI Chevengur enjoy volunteering for causes that help other peoplesSELF SMARTI prefer to work on my own rather than with othersI like to set and meet my own goalsI stand up for my beliefsven if they re not popularI worry less about what other people think of me than most kidsI know how I feel and why most of the timeI spend time thinking deeply about things that matter to meI have I feel and why most of the timeI spend time thinking deeply about things that matter to meI have strong sense of what I m good at and not so good atI njoy keeping a diary or writing "In My JournalI Write "my journalI write my ideas memories feelings or personal historyI have a good sense of who I amI think about the future and what I d like to be somedayNATURE SMARTI like animalsI have a green thumb I am good at growing plantsI care about nature and nvironmental causesI like going to parks zoos and auariumsI Nuclear Power In Small Industrialized Countries Proceedings Danatom Conference Copenhagen Denmark 18 19 March 1982 enjoy camping or hiking in natureI notice nature wherever I amI have a garden at home or in my neighborhoodI adapt to different places andvents wellI njoy taking care of pets at home or in the classI have a good memory for details of places I ve been and the names of animals plants people and thingsI ask a lot of uestions about people places things I see in my nvironment or in nature to understand themI have street smarts the ability to understand and take care of myself in new or different situations or placesI pay attention to my Ethnic Violence environment in and around my neighborhood school and homeInjoy figuring out what things are and then placing them into categories

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You're Smarter Than You Think: A Kid's Guide to Multiple Intelligences