Theory of multiple intelligences.

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1. Visual-Spatial Intelligence

1.1. The capacity to perceive the visual world accurately, and/or perform transformations and modifications on perceptions, construct mental representations of visual information.

1.1.1. Also use the representations to perform activities is often considered visual-spatial intelligence.

2. Linguistic-Verbal Intelligence

2.1. Is a person’s ability to think and express their thoughts using words.

2.1.1. we all use our verbal intelligence in many language-related activities.

3. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

3.1. The ability to analyse situations or problems logically, to identify solutions, to solve logical/mathematical operations easily.

3.1.1. People with a high level of numerical intelligence analyse their data by using logic and examining cause-effect relationships

4. Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence

4.1. refers to a person's ability to process information physically through hand and body movement, control, and expression.

4.1.1. It is also known as the physical learning style or tactile-kinesthetic learning style.

5. Musical Intelligence

5.1. People with musical intelligence think in terms of patterns.

5.1.1. They remember things by turning them into lyrics or rhymes.

6. Interpersonal Intelligence

6.1. It refers to the ability of a person to relate well with people and manage relationships.

6.1.1. They communicate effectively and enjoy participating in discussions and debates.

7. Intrapersonal Intelligence

7.1. is the capacity to explore one's inner world and feelings.

7.1.1. This type of intelligence can help a person focus on planning and managing their life.

8. Naturalistic Intelligence

8.1. is the ability to identify, classify and manipulate elements of the environment, objects, animals or plants.

8.1.1. Thanks to this type of intelligence, we are able to recognise the differences between species, groups of people or objects and understand how they relate to each other.