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InTElLigeNcE by Mind Map: InTElLigeNcE
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InTElLigeNcE

Experiences: Experiences play a major role, because people respond to experiences in different ways. When they do this they weed out what is important and unimportant in their lives. All people respond to experiences differently.

Dealing with a new situation by drawing on past experience (p242).

Dealing with a familiar situation quicly and efficiently.

The components of the intelligence include genetics, environment, interests, and experiences

Genetics: What is passed on from generation to generation from the birth parents.

Environment: Environment is one plays a huge role in intelligent, and can include many different elements such as:

Abilties/Interests: Interests refers to Howard Gardner's Mulitple Intelligences. What children are interested in and the ways in which they are interested in learning.

Experiences: Experiences play a major role, because people respond to experiences in different ways. When they do this they weed out what is important and unimportant in their lives. All people respond to experiences differently.

Intelligence how much a person knows, understands, and how they behave based off of their genetics, environment, interests and experiences.

Components of Intelligence

Experiences: Experiences play a major role, because people respond to experiences in different ways. When they do this they weed out what is important and unimportant in their lives. All people respond to experiences differently.

Definition of Intelligence

Intelligence is a persons ability to adapt and function based off of their genetics, environment, interests and experiences.

Questions/Critiques

Critique: I really feel that intelligence is something that is hard to be measured, because intelligence can be acquired in many different ways and varies from culture to culture. Since not everyone places value on the same thing, intelligence is a very broad term that can be used to describe a persons ability, behavior, and ability to function.

Question: If we know that there are numerous ways to describe intelligence, why is it that we we tend to focus specifically on a few academic abilities or what can be produced from a test to describe a persons intelligence?

What can teachers to to effectively touch on each individuals intelligence?

How do children acquire intelligence? Children acquire intelligence from the points listed under components of intelligence.

Through their experience

Through their environment

Through their interets/interests in learning

Through genetics