by Veronica Ramos
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Children Acquiring Knowledge
Students construct their own learning
rely on learning based on existing learning
Involves real world situations, experiencing real life situations with others
Dialoge, listening and speaking
Language, talking to others through langauge
Cooperative Learning, working together in groups
Authentic learning tasks for meaning ful learning
Definition of Intelligence
Knowledge is known as intelligence as well. Knowledge is made up of the attitude, beliefs and the motivation to want to instill acquired learning.
Teacher helps increase knowledge
telling help children decide about their feelings, choices, and decisions they make
show children different ways to solve problems in real world situations or academically.
adding more to the curriculum
Theories of Learning
Gardener's Multiple Intelligence
8 intelligences of learning- linguistic, logical, spatial, musical, bodily/kinesthetic, intrepersonal, intrapersonal, natualist
Spearman Theory of Intelligence
The general factor, specific factor
Cattells Structured Learning
fluid intelligence, crystallized intelligence
Steinberg's Triarchic Theory
The 3 factors of are analytical, contextual, and creative
Questions about Intelligence
Which theory is fits the defintion of intelligence?
What do most researchers feel based on the theories fits the definition?