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Multiple IntelligenceMultiple Intelligence is a model of human intelligence and learning proposed by Howard Gardner in the 1980s. Beginning in his book Frames of Mind: The theory of multiple intelligences (new york: Basic Books, 1983), Gardner asserts that previous theories, models and tests of human intelligence are not sufficient to account for the wide diversity of capabilities evident in the human population. That is, that too much emphasis has been placed on specific types of intelligence, while others languish on the fringes. In defining a series of separate and distinct intelligences, Gardner sought to redefine how we teach and learn. Gardner begins to construct his model by determining a set of criteria for identifying an intelligence. These criteria are: Potential isolation by damage. The existence of idiot savants, prodigies and other exceptional individuals. An identifiable core operation or set of operations. A distinctive development history and evolutionary plausibility. Support from psychometric findings. Susceptibility to encoding in a symbol system (Gardner 1983, 62-69). Thus equipped, Gardner progresses to delineate seven independent intelligences. Although the list has