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Multiple IntelligencesThe theory of multiple intelligences was created by psychologist Howard Gardner in 1983, as an alternative to the conventional view of intelligence as a single linear variable. He found the standard concept of intelligence to be too limited, since it failed to explain how students could excel in one area whilst performing poorly in another, and also because he considered intelligence tests to generally only measure a very small spectrum of human ability. Thus he proposed that there were eight separate kinds of intelligence, with different individuals possessing different endowments of each (Gardner 1983). Eight different intelligences were proposed by Gardner. Spatial, which describes ability at visualization and mental measures of space/distance. Linguistic, which refers to ability with written and spoken language, strong verbal memory and skill at understanding grammar. Musical, which refers to aptitude with musical pitch, composition and audio memory/imagination. Logical-mathematical, which refers to the intellectual abilities generally covered by the conventional notion of intelligence. Bodily-kinaesthetic, which refers to the ability to learn through use of the body, by doing things physically, and skill at kinaesthetic tasks. Interpersonal, which refers