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Multiple IntelligenceMultiple Intelligence theory is based on the understanding that there are different types of intelligence, not all of which are assessed by current standard methods of measuring intelligence. According to Howard Gardner, who developed the theory of multiple intelligences, there are nine intelligences: verbal/linguistic, logical/mathematical, visual/spatial, bodily kinaesthetic, naturalistic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal and existential. I just took an online test and scored highest in naturalistic intelligence. The existence of multiple intelligences as a psychological concept has been controversial and faced some opposition. It was, however, almost instantaneously embraced by the education and training community. Gardner proposed that different intelligences have different needs and are best taught through specific methods and mediums. Gardner’s theory suggests that the intelligence that is highest in the individual indicates a preferred method of learning. For example, someone who tests highest in musical intelligence may be particularly sensitive to music, sounds and rhythm. These elements could then be used to teach other types of information. The teacher can use music and