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Theory of Multiple IntelligenceIn the early to mid 80's, a psychologist and professor at Harvard named Howard Gardner discovered something. Those intelligence tests that we?re all used to? you know, the ones that determine how intelligent you are in the academic department (AKA Math and Linguistic departments)? The ones that deem that you?re retarded if you?re 50, a genius if you?re at 150, and just average if you?re at 100? Well, Gardner decided that these standardizations didn?t come close to fair. These tests only catered to those who were linguistically inclined, mathematically quick. What about the athletes, musicians and artists- they were good at what they could do; right?! Nope. Not until Gardner suggested a system that accounted for 8 kinds of intelligences. 8 different ways an individual could categorize the world; 8 paths of how to learn. They are as follows, with sweeping generalizations in parenthesis: 1. Mathematical-Logical (You?re good at math. ?Reasonable?. ?Logical?.) 2. Linguistic (You?re good with words.) 3. Bodily-Kinesthetic (Bodily movement comes naturally to you.) 4. Spatial (You can visualize well.) 5. Naturalistic (You know how to become one with nature.) 6. Musical (Rhythm and sounds come naturally to you.) 7. Interpersonal (You are social. You know how