Multiple intelligences and learning problems
Keywords:diversity of intelligence, learning problem, learning process, teaching
Today many researchers, especially educational researchers, are preparing to learn a little more about intelligence, its characteristics, and singularities. The purpose of this investigation was to carry out an analysis of multiple intelligences and learning problems in the students of the upper basic level, from an Educational Unit of the Province of Manabí, the investigation was carried out using the investigative bibliographic method, to know the foundations of multiple intelligences and the reasons for learning problems. The compilation of scientific information from reliable sources was made, carrying out an analysis based on the observation of the students, showing the difficulties that the students and teachers present in the teaching-learning process.
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