The 7 Intelligence Types You Need Other than Math and Language
Larry Kim


I’m so glad you’re sharing this. This is what we are trained in teaching — to recognize the different types of intelligence that exist on every child. It’s very liberating to view that if a child does not do well on 3Rs (society perceives the standard of excellence), they most likely excel in one or two categories. I often observe Howard Gardner’s principles to my students. As adults, it’s something we should recognize too instead of lamenting on other areas we don’t have.