Multiple Intelligences Program

We are also delving into the model of multiple intelligences, which was proposed by Howard Gardner, an American psychologist and professor at Harvard University. His theory revolves around the idea that all people have eight types of intelligence that, although they may be related, determine behavior, how to learn, capture and understand the world around them.

Thus, his theory represents a major change in the concept of intelligence: not long ago, intelligence was considered static, that is, it was considered innate, invariable, and quantifiable. We now know that intelligence can be developed, educated, and can vary from experience to experience.

If we teach in a multiple way, with diverse methodologies and using varied strategies and resources, we increase the possibility that students can better develop their neurological connections and therefore facilitate the acquisition of new learning.

 Multiple intelligences contemplate:

 

 

Body-Kinesthetic


Naturalist


Intrapersonal


Interpersonal


Linguistics


Musical


Visual-Spatial


Logic-Mathematics