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Who stated, "Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death."

Albert Einstein

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Intellectual strengths are those assets in our lives that give us the capacity to ______, _______, and ______ information.

acquire; process; understand

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to make use of as relevant and important to a situation or action

apply

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observing and learning about something for the first time in one's experience

discovery

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an area or range of personal distinctness characterized by specific qualities

domain

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ongoing process that is constantly making progress in a positive manner

ever-expanding

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perceive the meaning of something learned; grasp the idea of its significance; comprehend

understand

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the capacity of our lives that enables us to acquire knowledge and develop an ever-expanding understanding of this knowledge in a manner that produces wisdom

intellectual strengths

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capacity for learning, reasoning, understanding, and similar forms of mental activity

intelligence

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qualities or features that bring power, force, vigor, or sustenance

strengths

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the power to discern and judge properly what is true or right or of moral value

wisdom

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10 commonly recognized capacities

1. verbal capacity
2. quantitative capacity
3. image capacity
4. auditory capacity
5. short-term memory
6. long-term memory
7. reasoning capacity
8. processing capacity
9. reaction capacity
10. informational capacity

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the ability to read and write, remember, and
think with words

verbal capacity

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the ability to recognize, manipulate,
comprehend, remember and think with quantitative concepts
and relationships represented by numerical symbols

quantitative capacity

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the ability to perceive, analyze, synthesize, re-
member, and think with visual patterns

image capacity

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the ability to detect, analyze, synthesize,
and discriminate auditory stimuli, especially those related to speech

auditory capacity

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the ability to store and recall information
within a few minutes

short-term memory

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the ability to store information and to efficiently retrieve it later in the process of thinking

long-term memory

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the ability to form concepts and solve
problems

reasoning capacity

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the speed with which an individual can
perform automatic cognitive tasks

processing capacity

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the immediacy with which an individual
can react to stimuli or a task

reaction capacity

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the amount of specific information
acquired and retained by an individual

informational capacity

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kinesthetic/tactile (figure 8.2)

hands on

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visual (figure 8.2)

images

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auditory (figure 8.2)

word

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5 stimuli (model 8.1)

1. environmental
2. emotional
3. sociological
4. physical
5. psychological

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environmental (model 8.1)

-sound
-light
-temperature
-design

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emotional (model 8.1)

-motivation
-persistence
-responsibility
-structure

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sociological (model 8.1)

-self, pair, or team
-feedback from authority
-variety vs routine

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physical (model 8.1)

-perceptual
-intake
-time
-mobility

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psychological (model 8.1)

-global/analytic
-right/left hemisphere
-impulsive/reflective

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occurs primarily through looking at images, such as pictures, diagrams, demonstrations, and body language

visual learning

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occurs primarily through hearing words both spoken and written

auditory learning

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occurs through hands-on doing and interacting

kinesthetic learning

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humility is at the center of what 3 things (figure 8.3)

process
application
discovery

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3 parts under PROCESS (figure 8.3)

integrity
critical thinking
patience

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3 parts under APPLICATION (figure 8.3)

courage
synthetic thinking
advancement

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3 parts under DISCOVERY (figure 8.3)

curiosity
teachable spirit
persistence

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A strong desire to learn more about something.(discovery)

curiosity

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A willingness and eagerness to learn. (discovery)

teachable spirit

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A firm and steadfast, continual search for knowledge and truth. (discovery)

persistence

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is a modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to the possession of KNOWLEDGE.

discovery humility

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The quality or condition of interpreting information collected with honesty. (process)

integrity

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The mental process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information to reach an answer or conclusion. (process)

critical thinking

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The capability of calmly awaiting an outcome or result even in the face of obstacles or challenges. (process)

patience

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is a modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to the possession of UNDERSTANDING.

process humility

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The quality of spirit that enables a person to face the unknown or new ideas without fear of implications or repercussions. (application)

courage

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The mental process of formulating concepts into an organized set of interrelated ideas or principles that can be applied to life. (application)

systematic thinking

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The application of an understanding of knowledge to improve on what was already known. (application)

advancement

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is a modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to thrusting one’s own understanding on others.

application humility

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"To these four young men God gave knowledge and understanding of all kinds of literature and learning. And Daniel could understand visions and dreams of all kinds."

Daniel 1:17

Don't sleep on your talents