Kea Gulino 04/09/16
Logistic-mathematical - Efficient with numbers and logic.
Interpersonal - Natural at helping other people.
Linguistic - Excels in language, words, and literature.
These intelligences build on strengths to form and guide perceptions and understandings of a teacher. A teacher has the responsibility to introduce and teach a concept in 8 different ways. Although the bodily-kinesthetic intelligence may not be a strength for a particular teacher, it is still important as an educator to provide opportunities to practice and nurture an intelligence in all children. Stimulating all the intelligences within the class, whether children are weak or strong in a certain area is effective for thorough and proper cognitive, social, physical, and emotional development (Armstrong, 2013).