Identifying & Nurturing the Intelligence of Movement

Rae Pica with Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D., Rae Ann Hirsh, Catherine Holecko


It's called "bodily-kinesthetic intelligence," a technical term for one of the eigtht types of cognitive skills in Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. In theory, people who have bodily-kinesthetic intelligence should learn better by involving movement. This segment connects this theory to specific teaching strategies.

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