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Facets of Intelligence by bunpeiris2-Feb-16http://www.bunpeiris.org/ http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com/1Our Three Main Intelligences : IQ, EQ & SQ
Intelligence Quotient (IQ): Rational Intelligence is about thinkingEmotional Quotient (EQ): Emotional Intelligenceis about feelingSpiritual Quotient (SQ): Spiritual Intelligence isabout being- behaviour
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IQ, or intelligence quotient, was discovered in the early 20th century and is tested using the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales. It refers to our rational, logical, rule-bound, problem-solving intelligence. It is supposed to make us bright or dim. It is also a style of rational, goal-oriented thinking. All of us use some IQ, or we wouldnt be functional.
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3Chippendale goes on to explain IQ IQis associated with theserial processing activityof the brain (rational thought). It is associated with our neural tracts.Neural tracts learn (are wired) according to a fixed program, the rules of which are laid down in formal logic.The learning involved is step-by-step. and rule bound. When we teach children their times table by rote, we are encouraging them to wire their brains for serial processing.Teachers should get to know the skills of their students.Chippendale once again:IQ produces the kind of thinking that is useful for solving rational problems or achieving definite tasks. Much instinctual behavior is also accounted for by serial processing. An instinct can be thought of as a fixed program, as in the imprinting instinct in ducks and other birds - where the newly hatched bird identifies as its mother the first caring object or person it meets, and remains stuck on that identification.IQ: INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT
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Chippendale stresses that no two people have the same emotional life.I can recognize your emotion, I can empathize with it, but I don'thaveit.Teachers should get to know the emotional levels of their students.
EQ: Emotional intelligence 2-Feb-16http://www.bunpeiris.org/ http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com/5EQ refers to our emotional intelligence quotient. In the mid-1990s, inEmotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, Daniel Goleman articulated the kind of intelligence that our heart, or emotions, have. EQ is manifested in trust, empathy, self-awareness, and self-control, and in the ability to respond appropriately to the emotions of others. Its a sense of where people are coming from; for example, if a boss or colleague seems to have had a fight at home before coming into the office that morning, its not the best time to ask for a pay raise or put a new idea across.
EQ Emotional intelligence 2-Feb-16http://www.bunpeiris.org/ http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com/6EQ Chippendale says associative thinking underlies most of our purely emotional intelligence (EQ) - the link between one emotion and another, between emotions and bodily feelings, emotions and the environment.
It is also able to recognize patterns like faces or smells, and to learn bodily skills like riding a bicycle or driving a car.Teachers should get to know the skills their students.
Chippendale goes on: EQ is 'thinking' with the heart and the body and so is thought of as our 'emotional intelligence' or the 'body's intelligence'.
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Tekkeveettil (2001) says Zohar and Marshall in their booktilted Spiritual IntelligenceThe Ultimate Intelligence, discuss the scientific evidence forSQ. In the 1990s, research byneuropsychologist Michael Persinger and neurologist V.S. Ramachandranat the University of California led to an identification of a so called 'God-spot' in the human brain. This area is located among neural connections in the temporal lobes of the brain. It is the spot where the brain is programmed to ask ultimate questions.
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Chippendale (2001) quoting Zohar, D. & Marshall, I. 2001,SQ: SpiritualIntelligence,TheUltimateIntelligence, writes humans feature three Main Intelligences : SQ, IQ & EQ Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) or [Spiritual Intelligence Quotient] is the intelligence with whichwe address and solve problems of meaning and value, we place our actions and our lives in a wider, richer, meaning-giving contextwe assess that one course of action or one life-path that is more meaningful than any other.SQessentially integrates IQ (the traditional Intelligence Quotient) and EQ(Emotional Intelligence). It is our ultimate intelligence.
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EQ vs IQ vs SQChippendale says whereas IQ is rule based,EQ helps us act appropriatelywithin society's prescribed boundaries,SQ helps us extendandchangetheboundaries, questionourassumptionsandformulate newmeaning. It isthe intelligenceof creativity.
The briiliant academic from Harvard The terrorist bomber2-Feb-16http://www.bunpeiris.org/ http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com/Ted Kaczynski was accepted intoHarvard Universityat the age of 16, where he earned an undergraduate degree. He subsequently earned a PhD in mathematics from the University of Michigan. He became anassistant professor at theUniversity of California, Berkeleyin 1967 at age 25. He resigned two years later.
Theodore John "Ted" Kaczynski (born May 22, 1942), also known as the "Unabomber", is an American anarchist and serial killer. Between 1978 and 1995, Kaczynski engaged in a nationwide bombing campaign against people involved with modern technology, planting or mailing numerous homemade bombs, ultimately killing a total of three people and injuring 23 others.10Not intelligent, merely academically brilliant
Without SQ you are not intelligent, but you can be academically brilliant2-Feb-16profiles.google.com/bunpeiris http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.slideshare.net/bunpeiris11Then Livergood (n.d) reveals if you broaden the concept of intelligence to include interpersonal compassion and social concern, then the Harvard-educated Berkeley professor turned unabomber, whose mail bombs killed people from 1978 to 1995 was not intelligent, merely academically bright. The whole episode helped to clarify the bankruptcy of the IQ sub-culture.
The briiliant academic from Harvard
The terrorist bomber2-Feb-16profiles.google.com/bunpeiris http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.slideshare.net/bunpeiris
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How To Develop It2-Feb-16profiles.google.com/bunpeiris http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com/
Logical-Mathematical IntelligenceThis is what we use to manipulate concepts and arrange them into meaningful patterns. We develop this by constantly confronting objects, assessing them and reordering them.1. Learn a computer language2.Work on logic puzzles3. Identify scientific principles around the house: pumps, bulbs etc. 13SQ: OUR ULTIMATE INTELLIGENCE
Multiple Intelligence2-Feb-16http://www.bunpeiris.org/ http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com/14SEVEN TYPES OF INTELLIGENCETekkeveettil explains developing intelligence: slides 8 to 15With the popularity of EQ and SQ in recent years, it might be worth remembering an older way of conceiving intelligence, which helps cultivate individual aspects of ourselves.Howard Gardner's theory of Intelligence was proposed in 1984, in his bookFrames of MindThe Theory of Multiple Intelligences.Tekkeveettil bringing forth Gardener to the discussion says He offered a critique of IQ testing and suggested that what we possess is not one 'intelligence' but seven different intelligences. These are: logical-mathematical, linguistic, musical, bodily kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal and spatial.
2-Feb-16http://www.bunpeiris.org/ http://www.facebook.com/bunpeiris http://www.mysrilankaholidays.com15Logical-mathematical intelligence is the ability to calculate, quantify, consider propositions and hypotheses, and carry out complete mathematical operations.It enables us to perceive relationships and connections and to use abstract, symbolic thought; sequential reasoning skills; and inductive and deductive thinking patterns.Logical intelligence is usually well developed in mathematicians, scientists, and detectives.Young adults with lots of logical intelligence are interested in patterns, categories, and relationships.They are drawn to arithmetic problems, strategy games and experiments.
LOGICAL-MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE2-Feb-1616Logical-mathematical intelligence is the ability to calculate, quantify, consider propositions and hypotheses, and carry out complete mathematical operations.It enables us to perceive relationships and connections and to use abstract, symbolic thought; sequential reasoning skills; and inductive and deductive thinking patte