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Intelligence by Mind Map: Intelligence
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Intelligence

is

the ability prior knowledge to new situations successfully

based on how well you learn, how you are raised, your surroundings and what you know

components are

learning abilities

can be, multiple, such as, Garndner's Eight Intelligences, Marzano's Strategies, hereditary, as evidenced by, twin studies, adoption studies, fluid, as stated by, Cattell's Theory

culture

is based on, ethnicity, can affect, opportunities, expectations, indirectly influence heredity, motivation, gender, whose differences are, male, who have a greater, frequency of mental retardation, ability to perform well in visual-spatial thinking, female, who perform better, on verbal tasks, in reading, in writing, slight, when measured by, cognitive ability, IQ tests, socioeconomics, affects, quality of pre & post natal care, availability of developmental toys, educational opportunities

environment

as evidenced by, Sternberg's Theory, which proposes, adaptation, modification, twin studies, homelife, which includes, high levels of parent involvement, complex and frequent verbal opportunities, the development of new skills, early nutrition, which includes, toxic substances, such as, alcohol, radiation, drugs, limited prenatal care, limited infant care

experience

is used, to build prior knowledge, to scaffold when learning new concepts, to complete everyday tasks

is questionable

when there are anomalies present

such as, students from low socioeconomic backgrounds excel regardless of the opportunities presented to them, students from enriching environments who still perform poorly in school, students from various ethnic backgrounds who mark their education with high achievement

depending on the form of measurement used

depending perception of cognitive development

can

be acquired, by children, in many ways

such as, using oral language skills, for example, dramatic play activities, shared reading activities, vocabulary building activities, fostering curiosity and inquisitiveness, which can be, open ended activities, the use of predictions and estimations, student lead activities, which also, foster problem solving activities, which can lead to, use of higher level learning strategies, a desire to learn, affective self monitoring, the ability to learn, which can be fostered by, memory activites, scaffolding, teaching to specific types of learning, fostering appropriate social skills, by using, social stories, community building activities, modeling of proper behavior by adults