Being smart is more than getting good grades and test scores in school. It's more than reading well, solving math problems quickly, and memorizing facts. It's more than having a high IQ. A psychologist named Dr. Howard Gardner studied how kids and adults learn. He discovered that there are many different ways to be smart. For example, you can be Music Smart. You can be People Smart. You can even be Nature Smart. Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences is changing how teachers teach in schools around the world. But you don't have to wait for someone to tell you about these ideas. You can learn them on your own. you can use them in your life, starting now. This book shows you how. Look inside to: Learn about eight different intelligences and what they mean Find out which one you have Make the most of your strongest intelligences Strentghen your other intelligences Use all eight intelligences at school, at home, and everywhere you go Discover more about who you are and who you can be Understand and get along better with the people around you Look to the future and think of how you'll use your smarts when you get older Quick quizzes help identify the many ways your're smart. Did You Know? boxes entertain you with fascinating facts. Easy-to-Use lists give you lots of fun ways to build your smarts. Resource point you toward books, magazines, organizations, and Web sites where you can learn even more. Because it's not about how smart you are, but how you are smart.
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