1. Dr. Howard Gardner, was a psychologist and professor of neuroscience from Harvard University, who developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) in 1983. The theory challenged traditional beliefs in the fields of education and cognitive science.
2. The ability to create an effective product or offer a service that is valued in a culture. A set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in life The potential for finding or creating solutions for problems, which involves gathering new knowledge.
5. Kinesthetic is one of the types of intelligences. It can be described as the action that occurs as students/people do physical activities. It involves the body movement control, manual dexterity, physical agility and balance; eye and body coordination, touching, feeling, holding, doing , practical hands-on experiences.
6. CHARACTERISTICS Kinesthetic learners were sometimes called "hyperactive" as children. They usually do well as performers: athletes, actors, or dancers. Kinesthetic learners work well with their hands. They can do activities such as sculpting, art, or working with different tools. Kinesthetic learners are well coordinated and have a strong sense of body movement.
7. Bring a rubber band to class and wrap and unwrap it around your hand. When studying, bounce a tennis ball against the wall or floor when you're answering questions. Underline, highlight or make notes while you read. Bounce a leg up and down to release some of the energy.
8. SOME OF CHARACTERISTICS Move around a lot Like to touch people theyre talking to Tap their pencil or foot while doing homework Are considered hyperactive Move their hands when they talk Lie on the floor or bed when studying
9. Great hand-eye coordination Quick reactions Good at sports Like to solve problems by physically working through them Like to try new things Are coordinated and agile
10. The Physical (Bodily-Kinesthetic) Learning Style