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Multiple intelligencesThe classroom has a long lasting effect and teachers should desire to make sure learners will all experience success. Learners have different strengths. According to the Pygmalion theory a person?s place in society is largely determined by how others treat them. (Rosenthal, Robert; Jacobson, Lenore (1992) In this essay I will attempt to emphasize the benefits of adopting a multiple intelligence approach in the classroom to both the learners and the teacher. I will do this by explaining prior thoughts on the subject of intelligence, by discussing present day ideas. By introducing the man behind the theory of multiple intelligences and how one can implement this theory in the classroom as well as the TEFL classroom. This topic is interesting in that it eliminates the idea that one is intelligent only if they excel in the logical and cognitive it glorifies the artistic, the athletic, and the musical. I believe that if teachers have great expectations of all the learners abilities within the classroom, then all students will flourish. The Pygmalion effect: The term Pygmalion effect refers broadly to the effects of interpersonal expectations, that is, the finding that what one person expects of another can come to serve as a self-fulfilling prophecy. (Wentzel,