Learning Inventory Essay by Master Researcher

Learning Inventory
An analysis of the multiple intelligence theory and a discussion regarding the conclusions of the survey.
# 90123 | 900 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US

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This paper is a summary of a learning inventory that uses Multiple Intelligence theory. The seven types of intelligence within this theory are: Body/Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Intra-personal, Logical/Mathematical, Musical/Rhythmic, Verbal/Linguistic, and Visual Spatial. The paper discusses each of these types of intelligence and surveys the findings of the adult learning inventory.

From the Paper:

"This author recently took a learning inventory survey, one in which the various styles of personal effective learning were identified and then studied more closely. This ability to categorize and dissect the various methods of learning is very important, especially in light of the Multiple Intelligence theory that has recently been discussed and learned about. What Gardner, who originally introduced and championed this theory, was trying to provide was: An alternative to the prevailing orthodoxy that intelligence in humans is a general intellectual ability or global factor, which permeates all aspects of cognition, and most effectively predicts an individual's performance in school or work contexts, and in many other aspects of well-being in life (Allix, 2000)."

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