Multiple Intelligence
Updated: 2/22/2020
Multiple Intelligence
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  • Today, I will be talking about my multiple intelligence's that refer to a theory describing the different ways I learn and acquire information.
  • Simran SekhonMrs. WalkerDue: 02.24.2020
  • Knowing your intelligence has three major benefits, which include, self development and formation, helps us students to better understand our abilities, and it helps us to build up confidence as it demonstrates how we can use our strengths to address our weaknesses.
  • Why is it important to know my intelligence's?
  • How will it help me determine my possible career opportunities?
  • My Top 3 Multiple Intelligence Quiz Results1. People Smart- 84%2. Body Smart- 63%2. Self Smart- 56%
  • Now that I know my highest intelligence's I can look into some suitable career opportunities that use my results as a key component.
  • Counsellor
  • That could potentially work out. Since, I am people smart I able to recognize and understand their motivations and feelings. By pursuing this career I can give guidance to those that have personal, social, and psychological problems. I can help clients identify their goals and solutions to their problems.
  • How about a counsellor?
  • Physical Education Teacher
  • That's something I'll definitely look into. Since, I have the ability to use my body to express emotion, to play a game, and to communicate threw body language.
  • What about pursing a career of a physical education teacher?
  • Private Investigator
  • Since I am self smart I am able to understand one's feelings, fears, and motivations. I have the interpersonal intelligence and self awareness, which allows me to access situations objectively and rationally, without acting bias or stereotypical.
  • Oh noo...a private investigator!
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