Every Human Begins Their Learning Process The Day They

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Every human begins their learning process the day they are born. Humans learn things every single day, no matter how old a person is, they will still continue to learn. There are many different techniques of learning. Everyone has their own way of comprehending certain skills. Humans begin to adapt certain ways of learning when they are little and they continue to use it for the rest of their lives. These techniques we use to learn come from a guy by the name of Howard Gardener. Gardener states that there are nine everyday intelligences that people use to learn. Every human uses at least one of the techniques to learn. People do not think about it when they use it, because it just happens naturally. Humans learn at their own pace, some…show more content…
According to the book, Educational Learning Theories, All human beings possess all nine intelligences in varying degrees. Each individual has a different intelligence profile. Education can be improved by assessment of students ' intelligence profiles and designing activities accordingly. Each intelligence occupies a different area of the brain. The nine intelligences may operate in consort or independently from one another. These nine intelligences may define the human species. School traditionally caters to Verbal/Linguistic and Logical/Mathematical. (Zhou, p. 77) Howard Gardener described 9 types as, Naturalist (nature smart), Musical (sound smart), Logical-Mathematical (number smart), Existential (life smart), Interpersonal (people smart), Bodily-Kinesthetic (body smart), Linguistic (word smart), Intrapersonal (self smart), and Spatial (picture smart). Naturalist learners are learners who are better at understanding living things and reading nature, while Musical learners are better at discerning sounds, their pitch, tone, rhythm, and timbre. Logical-Mathematical learners are better at quantifying things, making hypothesis and proving them. Existential learners are learners who tackle the questions of why we live, and why we die. Interpersonal learners excel at sensing people’s felling and motives while Intrapersonal learners excel at understanding themselves, what they feel, and what
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