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Multiple IntelligencesHoward Gardner first proposed the theory of multiple intelligences (MI) in 1983. Gardner?s theory suggests that there are several different areas of intelligence and that most people will have a special affinity to one area over others. In his original formation, Gardner proposed seven different areas of intelligence and has since added an eighth. These different kinds of intelligence are spatial, linguistic, logical-mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic. Some theorists have suggested that there is a ninth intelligence that Gardner has termed existential intelligence. The importance of MI theory is that even if a person seems to have a problem with one area of intelligence, such as math (the logical-mathematical intelligence) they can still be found to be intelligent in other ways. In addition, people who have trouble learning mathematics may not have problems with math per-se, but rather with the way in which it is being taught to them. For instance, a person with an affinity to linguistic intelligence should learn best through listening and talking about problems, where as someone with a spatial affinity will learn through visuals rather than through strict lecture. Traditionally, education has focused