Chapter 4

Intelligence 
Problem solving skills and the ability to adapt to and learn from life’s everyday experiences.
Discuss the theories of Intelligence test
Spearman (1927) General and specific types of IntelligencesThurston (1938) Have seven specific intellectual abilities
Know Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory
Analytical-Analyze, judge,evalute and compare/contrastCreative-Create,design, invent, orginate and imaginePractical-use, apply implement put into practice
Gardner’s Eight Frames of Mind
1.Verbal2.Mathematical3.Spatical4.

Body Kinestitic;5. Musical6. Intrapersonal7. Interpersonal8. Naturalist (pattern)

Strategies for helping surface learners
Are Passive learners, fail to tie into to a larger framework, focus on external rewards
Five personal factors
Openess, concientioness, extraverson, Agreableness, meoroticism (emotional)
Temperatment Classifications
A person’s behavorial style and characteristic way of responding.
strategies for teaching children with different temperaments.
Easy, difficult, slow-to-warm-up