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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1999;20(4): 119-139.
개인적 지능과 정의적 교육
Personal Intelligences and Affective Education
Tae Hee Jung
The present study developed teaching-learning activities to improve personal intelligences and to investigate their effectiveness. Significant differences were found in both interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence. Positive effects appeared in cooperative attitudes, capacity to care for and understand others, and in reflective thinking abilities. The results suggest the importance of a balanced educational curriculum in order to enhance human affective aspects, self-esteem, cooperative classroom climate formation and the moral and character development of students. Consistent and systematic investigation is needed on multiple intelligences theory, development of teaching-learning activities, their longitudinal effects, and a fair assessment instrument.
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