Intelligence

How to Become a More Effective Learner (Part 2)

In our last blog post, we looked at some ways to become a more effective learner. We summarized 5 main points. They include the following: 1. Memory Improvement Basics 2. Keep Learning and Practicing New Things 3. Learn In Multiple Ways 4. Teach What You Have Learnt To Another Person 5. Utilizing Previous Learning To [...]

Find Out About The Types Of Memories That Exist!

I deem it necessary to let you be in the know of the memory types that there is from the get-go so you can learn to harness its potentials effectively. First of the list is 1.) Procedural memory which is the memory of knowing how to do things, followed by the, 2.)Propositional memory which is [...]

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Do You Know That Your Memory Wields So Much Power!

In the 19th century, South Indians can simultaneously keep in mind and do the following things and afterwards correctly repeat the whole: Play a game of chess without seeing the chess board; direct the movement of a knight so that it should make the circuit of the board within the outline of a horse traced [...]

By |2016-09-23T11:29:24+01:00September 23rd, 2016|Categories: features|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

You Are Neither ‘Smart’ Nor ‘Stupid’ Across The Board! [Part 2]

In the first article, we established the existence of several separate intelligences in every human and further stressed that these faculties or intelligence are relatively independent of one another; and that intelligence is not a single faculty in which case one is not either ‘smart’ or ‘stupid’ across the board. The first article hammered on [...]

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Do You Know That You Are Neither ‘Smart’ Nor ‘Stupid’ Across The Board!

Howard Gardner conceptualized intelligence as the biopsychological potential to process information that can be activated in a cultural setting to solve problems or create products that are of value in a culture. This seems ambiguous right? I know you are curious to know if you are truly intelligent. Perhaps someone has categorised you as a [...]

By |2019-11-13T03:11:03+01:00September 21st, 2016|Categories: features|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Classwork Series and Exercises {Basic Science – JSS2}: Genetics

Topic: Family Traits (Genetics) Meaning of Genetics, heredity and Variation Genetics: is defined as the study of heredity and variation in living things.The study of heredity, or how the characteristics of living things are transmitted from one generation to the next. Every living thing contains the genetic material that makes up DNA molecules. This material [...]

Did You Know You Can Actually Improve Your Intelligence?

While each person is born with certain abilities, there is certainly a lot we can do to improve them, our intelligence included. Though, exercise may be associated more with physical development than mental. However, extensive research has shown significant results in the effects of exercise on brain development. Consider some of the benefits of exercise [...]

The 6 Attributes of Smart, Creative People

Is there a secret to genius? Probably not, but there are some common traits you see in smart, creative people who are willing to break boundaries. 1. They travel the path less travelled If aliens are living on a distant planet, it’s pretty much impossible for our optical telescopes to see them directly – but [...]

9 Behaviours that Make You Appear Less Intelligent Than You Really Are

Of course, we want to appear intelligent in social situations since this contributes to the right image we desire for ourselves. But could there really be some things that we do which give the exact opposite result? And to make matters ever much worse - with us being none the wiser? Well, you will appear intelligent [...]

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