Intrapersonal Intelligence

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“Sensitivity to one’s own feelings, goals, and anxieties, and the capacity to plan and act in light of one’s own traits. Intrapersonal intelligence is not particular to specific careers; rather, it is a goal for every individual in a complex modern society, where one has to make consequential decisions for oneself. (Sometimes called self intelligence.)”1

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See Multiple Intelligences

See Howard Gardner

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Notes

  1. http://multipleintelligencesoasis.org/about/the-components-of-mi/
  2. https://www.slideshare.net/cjbates89/intelligence-power-point