7 Intelligent Behaviors
7 Characteristics of Intelligent Behavior By: Ruby M. King
Here Are List of Seven Intelligent Behaviors
1. Persistence: not giving up when the answer to a problem is not immediately known.
- Teacher Support: give many opportunities to explore answer
2. Overcoming impulsiveness: planning, clarifying goals, exploring alternative strategies and considering consequences before you begin.
Teacher Support: Explain reasons for learning new unit and the benefits of its use.
3. Listening to others: some cognitive psychologists think that the ability to listen to another person and understand their point of view is one of the highest forms of
Teacher Support: Give each student opportunity to express their themselves freely
4. Flexibility in thinking: considering other points of view rather than running with the first possibility.
Teacher Support: Group assignments, open ended questions, group discussions.
5. Questioning and problem posing: asking questions and finding out problems for yourself.
Teacher Support: Group Discussions, and research assignments
6. Checking for accuracy and precision: not letting speed surpass your desire for craftsmanship.
Teacher Support: Encourage students to turn in assignments on time with excellence
7. Applying past knowledge to new situations: calling upon your store of knowledge
and experience as sources of data, theories to explain, or processes to solve each new challenge.
Teacher Support: Ask students about their prior knowledge to a new lesson