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Published: 30 April 2021

The Representation of Multiple Intelligences in the Secondary School Turkish Curriculum

Süleyman Aydeniz

Muş Alparslan University, Turkey

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10.31014/aior.1993.04.02.260

Pages: 472-480

Keywords: Secondary School Turkish Curriculum, Multiple Intelligence Theory, Qualitative Research.

Abstract

This study aims to investigate to what extent learning objectives in the secondary school Turkish curriculum (2019) reflect and engage Gardner's theory of multiple intelligence. Furthermore, the study considers the frequency with which each intelligence type is presented in the curriculum. In the study, a total of 112 objectives are focused on. These objectives have been checked and rated by each of the experts. The study employs document analysis method as a research design. Research data has been collected and analysed through using document analysis descriptive and analysis techniques, respectively. Careful analysis of these objectives reveals that the intelligence profile of the curriculum is primarily verbal/linguistically (103). This is followed by mathematical/logical (17), visual/spatial intelligence (12), social/interpersonal (3), and bodily/kinesthetic intelligences (2), respectively. It further reveals that there are no objectives that cater to internal, musical/rhythmic and naturalistic intelligences. These findings suggest several courses of action for future researches.

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