Teaching Skills

High Impact Teaching Skills

Theory of Multiple Intelligence
Howard Gardner 1943

1. Linguistic Intelligence
Poets, authors, editors, journalists, orators are said to be linguistically intelligent.

2. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
Typically scientist, mathematicians, engineers,

economists are said to be logical-mathematically intelligent.

Theory of Multiple Intelligence
Howard Gardner 1943

3. Kinesthetic- Bodily Intelligence
Typically sports persons, dancers, actors, aerialist and gymnasts are said to be kinesthetically


4. Spatial Intelligence
Architects, interior designers, sculptors,

landscape artist, portrait artist, cartoonists are spatially intelligent.

Theory of Multiple Intelligence
5. Musical Intelligence
Typically composers, music critiques,

singers, orchestrators, instrumentalists, are

said to be musically intelligent.

6. Interpersonal intelligence
Sales and marketing persons, leaders, teachers, social workers, and nurses are said to be interpersonally intelligent.

Theory of Multiple Intelligence
7. Intrapersonal Intelligence
Psychologists, counselors, therapists, researcher are said to be intrapersonal


8. Naturalist Intelligence
Veterinary astronomer, doctor, farmer, botanist, meteorologist,


geologist, ornithologist, is said to be

naturalistically intelligent.

Theory of Multiple Intelligence

9. Existential Intelligence
Typically philosophers, religious/ spiritual leaders, evangelists are said to be
existentially intelligent.

• No hierarchy
• Each one posses all • Can be nurtured

Bloom's Taxonomy

Bloom's Taxonomy
1. Remembering
Retrieve, Recall or Recognize

2. Understanding





meaning from available information.

Bloom's Taxonomy
3. Applying Apply knowledge in real or simulated situations.

4. Analyzing

Separate parts of a whole material/
concept and interpret...