This means that there are multiple intelligences. They are important in helping us learn.
"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.
My top three intelligences are Naturalist, Intrapersonal, and Interpersonal.
My highest intelligence is Naturalist. This is the intelligence that "refers to the ability t identify and distinguish amoung different types of plants, animals, and weather formations found in the natural world" (Edutopia, pg 1). I see this intelligence present in my life- I love animals and adore little plants. I learn and remember lessons taught outside easier, because Naturalists can learn through exploring life, working outdoors, and studying plants and nature (Scholastic, pg 3).
Next, my highest intelligence is Intrapersonal. This is a person-related intelligence (Nuzzi, pg 1)
This is significant in my life because it guides me to paths that I, personally, want and need. Because I have this intelligence, I am good at
It means that you are able to understand yourself, set goals, and know your strengths and weaknesses (Lake Holcombe, pg 1)
Working alone and pondering
other peoples' moods" (Edutopia, pg 1). So, I'm pretty social. This helps me work in groups and study with others
My third highest intelligence is another person-related one- Interpersonal. This means that I can understand others. I love working with people to help solve their problems! Having this intelligence helps me "recognize and understand
Intelligence determines how we learn and apply our knowledge; some of my top intelligences are naturalist, intrapersonal, and interpersonal. These intelligences help me learn and grow everyday. Everyone has these intelligences. We just need to acknowledge them and learn from them.