The Relationship Between Multiple Intelligences with Preferred Science Teaching and Science Process Skills

Mohd Ali Samsudin • Noor Hasyimah Haniza • Corrienna Abdul-Talib • Mhd Ibrahim, Hayani Marlia
Journal article Journal of Education and Learning • February 2015 Malaysia

Abstract

This study was undertaken to identify the relationship between multiple intelligences with preferred science teaching and science process skills. The design of the study is a survey using three questionnaires reported in the literature: Multiple Intelligences Questionnaire, Preferred Science Teaching Questionnaire and Science Process Skills Questionnaire. The study selected 300 primary school students from five (5) primary schools in Penang, Malaysia. The findings showed a relationship between kinesthetic, logical-mathematical, visual-spatial and naturalistic intelligences with the preferred science teaching. In addition there was a correlation between kinesthetic and visual-spatial intelligences with science process skills, implying that multiple intelligences are related to science learning.

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Journal of Education and Learning

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