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Multiple IntelligenceIntelligence is defined as the capacity for learning, reasoning, and understanding. It is a person’s aptitude in grasping facts, meanings, relationships, and truths. Intelligence is a person’s ability to learn and retain information. In the year 1983, a gentleman named Howard Gardner proposed a theory to better analyze and describe the concept of intelligence. He called this the theory of multiple intelligences. Gardner’s theory was established to challenge the idea that intelligence could be measured as a single entity. How can a solitary intelligence quotient (IQ) test really be a fair measurement of a person’s intelligence? How can intelligence be referred to as a singular trait? At any one time, a person may be at different stages within his or her learning development. Proving this, Gardner found it impossible to have one final summation of intelligence. Thus, his theory of multiple intelligences was created. The theory currently encompasses eight different intelligences: - Linguistic intelligence - Logical-mathematical intelligence - Spatial intelligence - Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence - Musical intelligence - Interpersonal intelligence - Intrapersonal intelligence - Naturalistic intelligence The eight intelligences include a wide