Interpersonal Intelligence : It refers to the ability to work effectively with other people and to understand them and recognize their goals, motivations and intentions. Students who exhibit this intelligence thrive in cooperative work, have strong leadership qualities and are skilled at organizing, communicating, mediating and negotiating. This intelligence is seen in such people as teachers , therapists, sales people, leaders and business executives.

Intrapersonal Intelligence : It entails the ability to understand one's own emotion, goals and intentions. Students strong in this intelligence have a strong sense of self, have confidence and can enjoy working alone. This intelligence is highly developed in philosophers, psychiatrists, religious leaders and brain researchers.

Naturalistic Intelligence: It is the ability to understand, relate to , categorize and classify things in nature and also understand how nature interacts with civilization. Students strong in this intelligence like to be involved with nature and make distinctions. This intelligence is seen in farmers, hunters, gardeners, animal handlers, trainers etc.

Emotional Intelligence: It is a type of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one's own and others' emotions, to discriminate among them and to use the information to guide one's own thinking and actions. Professionals who use this intelligence are doctors, psychiatrists , sales peoples, writers, negotiators etc.

This multiple Intelligence Format is used in classes IV & V (both TPR/KKN) - with one topic per subject per term being covered by this method


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