Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

What is it? 

  • Approaching problems logically
  • Understanding numbers and abstract patterns
  • Recognizing and solving problems using reasoning skills

Students are likely to...

  • enjoy working with numbers, figuring things out, and analyzing situations
  • know how things work
  • ask questions
  • exhibit precision in problem-solving
  • work in situations that present clear black-and-white solutions

How students use the logical-mathematical intelligence in the classroom: 

  • Playing strategy games
  • Using concrete objects to demonstrate understanding
  • Using graphs to record information
  • Drawing maps and establishing timelines