Interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence

Here are our activities aimed at empowering these two types of intelligence.
Although Gardner classifies interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligences separately, there is a lot of interplay between the two and they are often grouped together. These types of intelligence are both connected to interaction with peers/with oneself. 

 

Interpersonal intelligence is the core capacity to notice distinctions among others, particularly contrasts in their moods, temperaments, motivations and intentions (Gardner, 1993, p 42. Intrapersonal intelligence has to do with introspective and self-reflective capacities, as well as with having a deep understanding of the self. It can be seen as the internalised version of the interpersonal intelligence.
 
More details about ways to involve students with these dominant intelligence types in Math activities are to be found in our pedagogical guide. 

 

Let's play a math game! 

To see hgow the students in France have already started preparing the game, go here and here! 

See the Board Game document in the Library on this page for the details of the activity!

 

 

 

 

 

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PREZI about french mathematicians in a timeline :

 

 

 

ONLINE QUIZ about european mathematicians, calculations and equations :

 

 

Click on the image and see Ada Lovelace's Fakebook profile!

 

 

By Adriana

By Anda

 

By Monica

 

By Mara

OUR PARTNERS IN NUMBERS- seen by the students in Bucharest

 

 

 

Blog

What holds women back
Greek mathematicians

The timeline of Greek Mathematicians

 

 

 

Greek Mathematics on Dipity.

Playing with numbers

 

A Sequence is a set of things (usually numbers) that are in order. To find a missing number in a Sequence, first you must have a Rule.

Polish students from class IB have for you set of puzzles. 

 

Let's play!!!

 

 

 

Stefan Banach
Maria Gaetana Agnesi
Spanish Mathematicians

A Piece of Pie in Ávila

 

Alicia and Clara calculated, bought, baked and cleaned to get this Piece of Pie in....Ávila

 

 

Euclid, the father of Geometry

 

Eratosthenis of Cyrene

 


Leo mathematician or a philoshoper

Constantine Karatheodori

 


Konstantinos Daskalakis

 

 

Demetrios Christodoulou

 


Heron of Alexandria

 

Thales of Miletus

 

Plato  and mathematics

 


Plato and Mathematics
Students' Preferences in Our School (8C)

 Students in class 8C have run an extensive study concerning their colleagues' preferences. They were coordinated by teacher Monica Corbus. You can see their big work if you click on the image  below (as pptx) or here (as ppt). Enjoy it!

 

 

 

 

 

Pythagoras of Samos

 

 


 

Hupatia_ A Greek woman mathematician

Baking the Mathematical Pie
Polish mathematician - Karol Borsuk
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