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Multiple Intelligences and quotient spaces

Malatesta, Mike; Quintana, Yamilet;
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  • Published: 02 Nov 2006
The Multiple Intelligence Theory (MI) is one of the models that study and describe the cognitive abilities of an individual. In [7] is presented a referential system which allows to identify the Multiple Intelligences of the students of a course and to classify the level of development of such Intelligences. Following this tendency, the purpose of this paper is to describe the model of Multiple Intelligences as a quotient space, and also to study the Multiple Intelligences of an individual in terms of this new mathematical representation.
free text keywords: Mathematics - History and Overview, 97C30, 97C99
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