We then discuss work from Harvard University that indicates that everyone has at least 8 different forms of intelligence, rather than a single fixed IQ.

Helping a student to recognise which are his or her preferred intelligences and then to master the techniques that best suit those forms of intelligence - is a main aim of the course. As is the development of each intelligence.


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