Gardner theories - Worksheet 2.1; I was not sure if you...

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Worksheet 2.1; I was not sure if you wanted me to add this but I have not done this yet so I included it in my paper. By the way in Gardner’s theories of intelligence there are eight theories not only seven as you put in this worksheet; you forgot about naturalistic intelligence theory. Since you did not add the naturalistic theory; I decided to add it anyway. Howard Gardner proposed eight areas of intelligence but the three that most apply to me are the logical-mathematical intelligence which means number/reasoning smart, the interpersonal intelligence which means people smart, and the naturalist intelligence which means nature smart. Logical-Mathematical intelligence theory is the first intelligence that applies directly to me because I am sensitive to and have the ability to detect logical or numerical patterns as well. For example, numbers may be hard for some people but it comes easy to me, when I am asked to do a complex numeral algebraic equation, I can figure it out easily without too much effort. Naturalistic intelligence theory is the second intelligence that applies directly to me
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