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Why could someone with the naturalist intelligence be considered smart?

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Why could someone with the naturalist intelligence be considered smart?

Theory of Multiple Intelligence:

Howard Gardner created a theory of multiple intelligence that suggests people learn in unique ways, and he was able to categorize multiple ways to learn. Those nine categories are: naturalist, linguistic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, bodily-kinesthetic, logical-mathematical, musical, spatial, and existential.

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A person with naturalist intelligence is considered to learn best in a natural environment. One strives to learn about the natural environment,...

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Naturalist Intelligence: Definition & Explanation

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