Growing up in school, most of us thought that if you weren’t good at Maths or English then you weren’t considered intelligent. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.
This is a brilliant graphic from Funders and Founders on 9 different types of intelligences.
In 1983, American developmental psychologist Howard Gardener came up with the theory of multiple intelligences. In what is considered a groundbreaking theory, he concluded that humans have several different ways of processing information and these ways are relatively independent of one another.
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As you can see in the graphic below, it’s highly likely that we’re ALL intelligent in our own way. Which one best describers you?