Do You Agree With Gardner's Theory Of Multiple Intelligences? Why Or Why Not?


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In working with a broad cross-section of people, there is a noticeable to see that people are talented in a variety of areas. My daughter is an excellent example of this. While she is able to accomplish whatever she chooses to pursue, her kinesthetic intelligence is far superior than any other. She became an accomplished horseback rider in no time, was able to lead her class in dancing, etc. If anything involves balance or "knowing's one's body" for movement, she excels. That is a form of intelligence. She was born with that talent and it was noticeable before anything was done to cultivate it.

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