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Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligences

If IQ rules, it is only because we let it.

And when we let it rule, we choose a bad master.

We got ourselves into the test mess; we can get ourselves out of

it.

ROBERT J. STERNBERG

Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligences

If IQ rules, it is only because we let it.

And when we let it rule, we choose a bad master.

We got ourselves into the test mess; we can get ourselves out of

it.

ROBERT J. STERNBERG

Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligences

If IQ rules, it is only because we let it.

And when we let it rule, we choose a bad master.

We got ourselves into the test mess; we can get ourselves out of

it.

ROBERT J. STERNBERG

Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligences

If IQ rules, it is only because we let it.

And when we let it rule, we choose a bad master.

We got ourselves into the test mess; we can get ourselves out of

it.

ROBERT J. STERNBERG

Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligences

If IQ rules, it is only because we let it.

And when we let it rule, we choose a bad master.

We got ourselves into the test mess; we can get ourselves out of

it.

ROBERT J. STERNBERG

Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligences

If IQ rules, it is only because we let it.

And when we let it rule, we choose a bad master.

We got ourselves into the test mess; we can get ourselves out of

it.

ROBERT J. STERNBERG

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Overview of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

Sternberg describes three different kinds of intelligence in his model: Analytical thinking (componential) Creative thinking (experiential)

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Overview of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

Sternberg describes three different kinds of intelligence in his model: Analytical thinking (componential) Creative thinking (experiential)

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Overview of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

Sternberg describes three different kinds of intelligence in his model: Analytical thinking (componential) Creative thinking (experiential)

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Overview of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

Sternberg describes three different kinds of intelligence in his model: Analytical thinking (componential) Creative thinking (experiential)

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Overview of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

Sternberg describes three different kinds of intelligence in his model: Analytical thinking (componential) Creative thinking (experiential)

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Overview of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence

Sternberg describes three different kinds of intelligence in his model: Analytical thinking (componential) Creative thinking (experiential)

Practical thinking (contextual)

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Analytical thinking ➢ focuses on planning, monitoring,

reflection, and transfer

Creative thinking ➢focuses on developing, applying

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking (contextual)

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Analytical thinking ➢ focuses on planning, monitoring,

reflection, and transfer

Creative thinking ➢focuses on developing, applying

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking (contextual)

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Analytical thinking ➢ focuses on planning, monitoring,

reflection, and transfer

Creative thinking ➢focuses on developing, applying

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking (contextual)

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Analytical thinking ➢ focuses on planning, monitoring,

reflection, and transfer

Creative thinking ➢focuses on developing, applying

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking (contextual)

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Analytical thinking ➢ focuses on planning, monitoring,

reflection, and transfer

Creative thinking ➢focuses on developing, applying

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking (contextual)

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Analytical thinking ➢ focuses on planning, monitoring,

reflection, and transfer

Creative thinking ➢focuses on developing, applying

new ideas, and creating solutions

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking ➢focuses on selecting and shaping

real-world environments and experiences

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking ➢focuses on selecting and shaping

real-world environments and experiences

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking ➢focuses on selecting and shaping

real-world environments and experiences

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking ➢focuses on selecting and shaping

real-world environments and experiences

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking ➢focuses on selecting and shaping

real-world environments and experiences

new ideas, and creating solutions

Practical thinking ➢focuses on selecting and shaping

real-world environments and experiences

Typology Of People Based on the Triarchic Intelligence: • The Analyzer • The Creator • The Practioner • The Analytical Creator • The Analytical Practioner • The Creative Practioner • The Consummate Balancer

Typology Of People Based on the Triarchic Intelligence: • The Analyzer • The Creator • The Practioner • The Analytical Creator • The Analytical Practioner • The Creative Practioner • The Consummate Balancer

Typology Of People Based on the Triarchic Intelligence: • The Analyzer • The Creator • The Practioner • The Analytical Creator • The Analytical Practioner • The Creative Practioner • The Consummate Balancer

Typology Of People Based on the Triarchic Intelligence: • The Analyzer • The Creator • The Practioner • The Analytical Creator • The Analytical Practioner • The Creative Practioner • The Consummate Balancer

Typology Of People Based on the Triarchic Intelligence: • The Analyzer • The Creator • The Practioner • The Analytical Creator • The Analytical Practioner • The Creative Practioner • The Consummate Balancer

Typology Of People Based on the Triarchic Intelligence: • The Analyzer • The Creator • The Practioner • The Analytical Creator • The Analytical Practioner • The Creative Practioner • The Consummate Balancer

The Analyzer ➢ fares well in academic

environments, but isn’t likely to make a creative contribution to the field

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The Creator ➢ generates ideas easily, but is

unable to analyze these ideas or to put them into practice.

The Analyzer ➢ fares well in academic

environments, but isn’t likely to make a creative contribution to the field

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The Creator ➢ generates ideas easily, but is

unable to analyze these ideas or to put them into practice.

The Analyzer ➢ fares well in academic

environments, but isn’t likely to make a creative contribution to the field

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The Creator ➢ generates ideas easily, but is

unable to analyze these ideas or to put them into practice.

The Analyzer ➢ fares well in academic

environments, but isn’t likely to make a creative contribution to the field

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The Creator ➢ generates ideas easily, but is

unable to analyze these ideas or to put them into practice.

The Analyzer ➢ fares well in academic

environments, but isn’t likely to make a creative contribution to the field

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The Creator ➢ generates ideas easily, but is

unable to analyze these ideas or to put them into practice.

The Analyzer ➢ fares well in academic

environments, but isn’t likely to make a creative contribution to the field

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The Creator ➢ generates ideas easily, but is

unable to analyze these ideas or to put them into practice.

The Practioner ➢ is persuasive and maybe

entertaining, but lacks substance in thinking.

The Analytical Creator ➢ is able to analyze created ideas,

but doesn’t easily communicate these ideas to others.

The Practioner ➢ is persuasive and maybe

entertaining, but lacks substance in thinking.

The Analytical Creator ➢ is able to analyze created ideas,

but doesn’t easily communicate these ideas to others.

The Practioner ➢ is persuasive and maybe

entertaining, but lacks substance in thinking.

The Analytical Creator ➢ is able to analyze created ideas,

but doesn’t easily communicate these ideas to others.

The Practioner ➢ is persuasive and maybe

entertaining, but lacks substance in thinking.

The Analytical Creator ➢ is able to analyze created ideas,

but doesn’t easily communicate these ideas to others.

The Analytical Practioner ➢ succeeds in conventional terms

because high IQ is translated into practical work, but he is unlikely to make a lasting contribution.

The Creative Practioner ➢ has the ability to come up with

The Analytical Practioner ➢ succeeds in conventional terms

because high IQ is translated into practical work, but he is unlikely to make a lasting contribution.

The Creative Practioner ➢ has the ability to come up with

The Analytical Practioner ➢ succeeds in conventional terms

because high IQ is translated into practical work, but he is unlikely to make a lasting contribution.

The Creative Practioner ➢ has the ability to come up with

The Analytical Practioner ➢ succeeds in conventional terms

because high IQ is translated into practical work, but he is unlikely to make a lasting contribution.

The Creative Practioner ➢ has the ability to come up with

The Analytical Practioner ➢ succeeds in conventional terms

because high IQ is translated into practical work, but he is unlikely to make a lasting contribution.

The Creative Practioner ➢ has the ability to come up with

The Analytical Practioner ➢ succeeds in conventional terms

because high IQ is translated into practical work, but he is unlikely to make a lasting contribution.

The Creative Practioner ➢ has the ability to come up with

new ideas and can persuade other people of the value of these ideas, regardless whether those ideas are worth it or not.

The Consummate Balancer ➢ is able to apply all of the three

intelligences as needed, and is therefore in the best position to make a valuable contribution to society.

new ideas and can persuade other people of the value of these ideas, regardless whether those ideas are worth it or not.

The Consummate Balancer ➢ is able to apply all of the three

intelligences as needed, and is therefore in the best position to make a valuable contribution to society.

new ideas and can persuade other people of the value of these ideas, regardless whether those ideas are worth it or not.

The Consummate Balancer ➢ is able to apply all of the three

intelligences as needed, and is therefore in the best position to make a valuable contribution to society.

new ideas and can persuade other people of the value of these ideas, regardless whether those ideas are worth it or not.

The Consummate Balancer ➢ is able to apply all of the three

intelligences as needed, and is therefore in the best position to make a valuable contribution to society.

new ideas and can persuade other people of the value of these ideas, regardless whether those ideas are worth it or not.

The Consummate Balancer ➢ is able to apply all of the three

intelligences as needed, and is therefore in the best position to make a valuable contribution to society.

new ideas and can persuade other people of the value of these ideas, regardless whether those ideas are worth it or not.

The Consummate Balancer ➢ is able to apply all of the three

intelligences as needed, and is therefore in the best position to make a valuable contribution to society.

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