Multiple intelligence Name of Student Institutional Affiliation Multiple Intelligences Intelligence (IQ) and multiple intelligence (MIs) According to Myers (2018) intelligence is a single diverse ability that enables individuals to complete and solve the different task. Intelligence encompasses cognitive capabilities of problem-solving reasoning critical thinking comprehension and learning. Nonetheless IQ assesses multidimensional amalgam of to my ability. Therefore it develops confidence in the application of my strength to address my weaknesses. I can develop the character of problem-solving through effective reasoning and analyze problem logically. Moreover I can develop artistic reading and writing attributes by developing linguistic intelligence. Reference. Myers D. G. & DeWall C. N. (2018). Psychology. [...]
Discussion 1 Prior to engaging in this discussion please read Chapter 7: Evolving Frameworks, in your e-book, watch the Theory of Multiple Intelligences (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. video, read the article “Multiple Intelligences” (2011), and review the Instructor Guidance. Traditionally, someone who is intelligent is defined as an individual who can solve problems, use logic to answer questions, and think critically. However, psychologist Howard Gardner has created a much broader definition of intelligence called multiple intelligences, which is more focused on our areas of learning preferences. For this discussion, please complete the following: Demonstrate an understanding of intelligence (IQ) and multiple intelligences (MIs) by comparing and contrasting the differing variables associated with each. Thinking critically about these foundational differences, comment on how Gardner’s ideas about learning preferences might change the way we assess a person’s strengths and weaknesses. Click the following link and take the MI assessment (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Review your results. Do you agree with the assessment? How can what you have learned about yourself help support your learning performance? List at least two behaviors you could change or traits you could develop in your own behaviors, and explain how they support your assessment results. Discussion 2 Metacognition Prior to engaging in this discussion, please read “Chapter 8: Owning Our Learning Experiences” in your e-book and review the Instructor Guidance. Metacognition is the ability to be aware of and regulate one’s thought processes. It is suggested to be a process that improves our ability to effectively process information. Consider the benefits of being more aware of your own learning needs and how it might affect both your personal and professional goals. Discuss the following: How could an increased awareness of information processing, your learning style, and your attention and self-regulation strategies potentially affect your performance in your academic journey? Your career development/professional life? Based on your career goals, how can a better understanding of how we learn be applied? (e.g. in your organization? your community? your volunteer efforts?) Did you learn anything important about yourself through the process of learning about learning? What did you learn about your peers in the class through the process of learning about learning? How will you apply what you have learned about yourself in your future learning activities (whether you are the learner or the instructor in these activities)? Do you agree or disagree that by applying the elements of metacognition into your studies, you will improve your ability to learn more effectively?