Visual-Spatial Intelligence--gives us the ability to manipulate and create mental images in order to solve problems. Interestingly, Gardner notes that spatial intelligence  also develops in blind children, so doesn't depend on actual sight.

 

It shows in people who:

  • can picture ideas in their mind
  • enjoy creating art in a variety of ways
  • enjoy performing art
  • like to work with maps, charts and tables
  • find music videos stimulating
  • enjoy 3D puzzles

 

Visual/Spatial

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Bryn Evans 2003