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Multiple IntelligenceBabies are cute. I?ll agree to that. But let?s be honest ? not all of them. Sure, we always tell parents that their baby is cute, just as we tell all parents that their baby is smart. The reality is though that some babies aren?t so pretty; others not so smart. It?s a fact of life no one really wants to talk about, but I?m going to say it. Not all babies are cute. Not all babies are smart. Just ask my mom. If life were otherwise, we?d have a world full of beautiful smart people, which we don?t. What does it mean to be smart? Is it the same as being intelligent? I remember watching a sitcom where a child, when taunted by another for his lack of his intelligence quipped back, ?I might be dumb, but I can go to school?you?ll always be ugly.? While it?s unlikely that the Writers were commenting on the psychological connection between education and the development of intelligence, it is nonetheless an intriguing subject. What is intelligence? How is it defined? How do we measure it? How is it affected by our education? And, maybe the more important consideration for us as Educators is, how should it our understanding of what intelligence is affect the way we strive to teach? There are many definitions of intelligence; but, as it turns out, there