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

Discovery

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

Apply

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

Intelligence

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

Wisdom

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as the capacity in 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 domain

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Ten of the more commonly recognized capacities are listed below:

1. Verbal Capacity
2. Quantitative Capacity
3. Image capacity
4. Auditory capacity
5. Short-term capacity
6. Long-term capacity
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, remember, 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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What type of learning occurs primarily through looking at images, such as pictures, diagrams, demonstrations, and body language.

Visual learning

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What type of learning occurs primarily through hearing words—both spoken and written.

Auditory learning

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What type of learning occurs through hands-on doing and interacting.

Kinesthetics/Tactile

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What are the five types of stimuli?

1. Environmental
2. Emotional
3. Sociological
4. Physical
5. Psychological

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What are the elements present in the environmental (stimuli)?

Sound
Light
Temperature
Design

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What are the elements present in the Emotional (stimuli)?

Motivation
Persistence
Responsibility
Structure

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What are the elements present in the Sociological (stimuli)?

Self, Pair, or Team
Feedback from Authority
Variety vs Routine

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What are the elements present in the Physical (stimuli)?

Perceptual
Intake
Time
Mobility

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What are the elements present in the Psychological (stimuli)?

Global/Analytical
Right/Left Hemisphere
Impulsive/Reflective

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a philosophy professor at Wheaton College, refers to these as intellectual virtues. 

Jay wood

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a professor at the University of Missouri, considers these to be habits of the mind. 

James Sire

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Our definition of intellectual strengths identifies three categories of intellectual disciplines: 

(1) those we use to discover knowledge; 
(2) those we use to process the knowledge into an understanding of truth; 
(3) those we use to apply the truth after we understand it.

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In the Intellectual Disciplines graph what is at its center?

Humility

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In the Intellectual Disciplines what three main points surround humility?

1. Process
2. Application
3. Discovery

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In the Intellectual Disciplines what is listed underneath discovery?

Curiosity
Teachable spirit
Persistence

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A strong desire to learn more about something.

Curiosity

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a willingness and eagerness to learn

Teachable Spirit

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A firm and steadfast continual search for knowledge and truth

Persistence

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In the intellectual disciplines graph what is listed underneath process?

Integrity
Critical Thinking
Patience

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The quality or condition of interpreting information collected with honesty.

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.

Critical Thinking

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

Patience

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Process humility is a modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to the possession of understanding. 

Humility

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In the Intellectual Disciplines graph what is listed underneath applications?

Courage
Systematic thinking
Advancement

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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. 

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.

Systematic Thinking

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The application of an understanding of knowledge to improve on what was already known, aka change

Advancement

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

Humility

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Who is an example of "Strong Minds Are a Gift from God"?

Daniel and his three companions

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The discerning heart seeks knowledge, but the mouth of a fool feeds on folly.

Proverbs 15:4

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The wise store up knowledge, but the mouth of a fool invites ruin.

Proverbs 10:14

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Apply your heart to instruction and your ears to words of knowledge.

Proverbs 23:12

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Who is an example of "Learn the Difference Between Knowledge That Puffs Up or Builds Up"?

Paul

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A sequential development plan for intellectual strengths.

Step 1: Fear the Lord 
Step 2: Listen to instruction 
Step 3: Seek God’s understanding 
Step 4: Apply understanding to your life

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What is our hope?

Possibilities of what can be done 

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What is our faith in?

God's promise and everyone is gifted.

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How do you figure out how you're gifted?

Identify how you're smart