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  1. VISUAL/SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences

  2. Visual/Spatial . . . • “ . . . the capacity to perceive the visual world accurately, to perform trans-formations and modifications upon one’s initial perceptions, and to be able to recreate aspects of one’s visual experience, even in the absence of relevant physical stimuli . . .” (Howard Gardner)

  3. Aspects of Spatial Intelligence • sensitivity to the relationship between line, color, shape, space, and form • an ability to manipulate and mentally rotate objects

  4. Aspects of Spatial Intelligence • the capacity to create a graphic likeness of a real object • the ability to understand the components of visual and spatial displays within the graphic arts

  5. CAREERS • Graphic artist ~ Surveyor • Architect ~ Navigator • Map-maker ~ Ship captain • Artist ~ Explorer • Urban Planner ~ Mechanic

  6. More CAREERS • Cartoonist                   • Curator                 • Chess player • Photographer              • Fashion designer • Florist                         • Graphic designer • Web designer • Interior designer • Pilot • Sailor

  7. HOBBIES • Reading maps • Painting • Playing chess • Drawing diagrams and illustrations • Repairing machinery • Understanding geometry • Completing jigsaw puzzles • Drawing • Orienteering • Taking things apart • Building things • Doodling • Mechanics

  8. More HOBBIES • Sculpting • Diagramming • Models • Mazes • Murals • Ikebana • Photography • Cartooning • Collages • Flow Charts • Origami • Film and video

  9. Which is not the same?

  10. Diane Arbus, Photographer

  11. Architect I. M. Pei

  12. Photographer Annie Leibovitz

  13. Director Steven Spielberg

  14. Johannes Gutenberg

  15. Artist Georgia O’Keefe

  16. Artist Leonardo da Vinci

  17. Artist Mary Cassatt

  18. Explorer Ferdinand Magellan

  19. Navigator Vasco da Gama

  20. Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau

  21. Cartoonist Bill Watterson

  22. Fashion Designer Marc Jacobs

  23. Respects body, material, environmental boundaries • In the visual realm, but not limited to the visual realm. • Sensory • Creative • Visualization • Organized, though not always conventionally

  24. Offer shape, color, and size variation . . . Offer chances to move, explore, create . . . Blocks, puzzles, gears, nuts and bolts, geometric solids, trinomial and binomial cubes, cylinders, . . . Offer artistic supplies—real paints and sculpture materials and tools if possible, easels, paints, pens, inks, origami papers, . . . Light tables, materials to manipulate on light tables (sand, rice, leaves, etc.), sand and water tables, materials with different textures, smells, sounds . . . In the classroom . . .