Essentially, triarchic intelligence presents a feeling that is psycho-physiological in nature. It triggers an organic response to a stimulus. On the primary level, where joy and sadness, fear and love have essential footings, there are secondary and more complex mechanisms that play an even greater role in inter-personal interaction.
With its roots embedded within philosophy, analytical ability has a very major role to play in understanding triarchic intelligence vis--vis the society. This is because no man can survive successfully in an environment alone. There shall inevitably be more individuals around him from the same species for him to live in a manner conforming to the definition of a social group, if not a society. Here the concept of mutual; regards, norms and values if very important.
It has also been noted of practical insight, that is serves the purpose of a hidden defense mechanism. "Symbolic interactionism has the effect of slowing down human interaction so that we may understand the man's interpretations of her actions" (Celik, et al, 2004). This means, that where the actual emotion should have been there, it is somewhat shelled and covered in the realm of practical insight, whereby the concerned person harnesses the extra energies into what may be termed as a likeable emotion.
Many descriptions of intelligence focus on mental abilities such as vocabulary, comprehension, memory and problem-solving that can be measured through intelligence tests. This reflects the tendency of psychologists to develop their understanding of intelligence by observing behaviour believed to be associated with intelligence.
This essay's plan (briefly)
This essay would go on to analyse the implication of Sternberg's triachic theory both in terms of South Korea's cultural context in which you work and in terms of your own future practice as a teacher into teaching skill and teaching plan.
What Robert Sternberg's Trirchic Theory of Intelligence is.
Robert Sternberg's Triarchic Theory classifies the same "triarchic intelligence" characteristics in different waysthree categories rather than eight. Thus as can be expected, any one of Sternberg's categories overlaps with all of Gardner's triarchic intelligences.
a. Analytical relates to such things as logic, applied mathematics, categorization, analysis, business strategy and the engineering side of scientific thinking.
b. Creative applies to such things as the visual arts, theoretical mathematics, theoretical sciences, business development, and various forms of design.
c. Practical influences such things as blue-collar occupations, business management, issues of family life, finance and government
How this Triarchic Intelligences views or says in South Korea cultural context.
"One important task we face in attempting to understand the persons around us, is that of determining their present moods, triarchic intelligence and feelings" (Fine, 2005). Triarchic intelligence primarily give a response to s stimulus. Analytical ability, when paired with triarchic intelligence, would expect of an individual to actually 'control' certain aspects of the naturally flowing triarchic intelligence, and funnel them down in a matter that is suited most to that particular social circle (Swinburn, 1999).
For instance, a certain sense