Learning My Multiple Intelligences- Sarujan Raajendrakumar 2018-09-26
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A logical (math smart) learner is usually someone who has exceptional reasoning and thinking skills.
An example of this is when I am in math class. I always perform well because I am exceptional in problem solving and handling problems.
People who are image smart tend to have jobs such as geographer, sculptor and inventor.
People who are math smart have jobs such as scientists and engineers.
In conclusion, I am a kinesthetic, visual and a logical learner. As a kinesthetic learner, I learn best by feeling things and hand on work. As a visual learner I learn by seeing images and discovering their meanings. As a logical learner I learn by problem solving and thinking outside the box.
That's all about me and how I learn.
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