How Am I Smart?: A Parent's Guide to Multiple Intelligences [NOOK Book]

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Has your daughter come to you in tears, asking, "Am I smart'" Or has your son wanted to know, "How smart am I'" Dr. Kathy wants children to ask an even more important question, "How am I smart'" When parents determine ways children can be smart, they'll better understand their own children's educational needs and how they learn best. This must-read reveals roots of behavior struggles and relationship conflicts, and their possible solutions. Would you believe that knowing your children's intelligence strengths can...
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How Am I Smart?: A Parent's Guide to Multiple Intelligences

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Overview

Has your daughter come to you in tears, asking, "Am I smart'" Or has your son wanted to know, "How smart am I'" Dr. Kathy wants children to ask an even more important question, "How am I smart'" When parents determine ways children can be smart, they'll better understand their own children's educational needs and how they learn best. This must-read reveals roots of behavior struggles and relationship conflicts, and their possible solutions. Would you believe that knowing your children's intelligence strengths can also help you raise them to know, believe in, love, and serve God' With great detail and positive insight, Dr. Kathy unfolds the eight different ways intelligence manifests itself through the "multiple intelligences." This practical guide gives you valuable ideas and pays rich dividends for you and your children.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575674285
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 86,319
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author


KATHY KOCH is the Founder and President of Celebrate Kids, Inc., based in Fort Worth, Texas. She earned three degrees from Purdue University, including a Ph.D. in Reading and Educational Psychology. Kathy is author of How Am I Smart and Finding Authentic Hope and Wholeness, and is a regular contributor to three international magazines. Kathy lives in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Table of Contents


TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. "How Am I smart?" An Introduction to
Multiple Intelligences

2. What Are My Core Needs? How are Multiple Intelligences
Relevant?

3. I Think with Words... I Am Developing My Word Smart!

4.
I Think With Questions... I Am Developing My Logic Smart!

5. I Think With
Pictures... I Am Developing My Picture Smart!

6. I Think with Rhythms and
Melodies... I Am Developing My Music Smart!

7. I Think With Movement and Touch...
I Am Developing Body Smart!

8. I Think with Patterns... I Am Developing My
Nature Smart!

9. I Think with People... I Am Developing My People Smart!

10.
I Think by Reflecting... I Am Developing My Self Smart!

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  • Posted February 18, 2012

    Interesting and useful

    Loved the idea of looking at my children not as in "are they smart?" but "in what ways are they smart". Neat ideas for recognizing the learning preferences of children and ways to boost the areas they are weaker in.

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