Existential intelligence from Gardner's Theory of multiple intelligences with advice for teachers to use this approach in making connections. Existential intelligence from Gardner's Theory of multiple intelligences with advice for teachers to use this approach in making connections.
People who are word smart love language. They may be a strong speller. They may love to read. They may love to write. They may be a good storyteller. Someone who is word smart might not necessarily be able to read really fast or spell really well but he/she can spin a really good story.
Schools are also very good in presenting information in ways that logic smart kids understand. Kids who are logic smart might grow up to be accountants, scientists, cooks, engineers, computer programmers, lawyers, chemists, astronauts, bankers, technical writers, meteorologists, engineers.
You are music smart. People who are music smart live and breathe music. This may happen in many different ways. Some people enjoy many different types of music, can understand musical notation, can critique types of music and talk about music in an in-depth manner. Some like to create new instruments or learn to play a variety of instruments.
Naturalist Intelligence Students with naturalist intelligence are those who seem to be in love with the natural world. They like to spend time there, they thrive there, they are skilled and confident and comfortable there, and they learn best there — in short, they are nature smart.