Childhood Development and Education What is intelligence#1 A

Childhood Development and Education
What is intelligence#1  
A common concept of an intelligent person is someone who can recall information quickly, knows the answers on a test, and gets good grades. After reading the assigned readings for this week, do you agree or disagree with this definition? Why or why not?
What is intelligence#2
Do reading and writing complement each other in the development process? Why or why not? Can multiple subjects be taught in conjunction with each other? Why or why not? Give examples to support you answer.
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Textbook Childhood Development and Education
Read chapters 8 and 10.
e-Library Resource Intellectual Development: The First Five Years
View “Intellectual Development: The First Five Years,” from Meridian (1997).
  The Learning Process
View “The Learning Process,” from France Television Distribution (2003).
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A common concept of an intelligent person is someone who can recall information quickly, knows the answers on a test, and gets good grades (Sternberg & Mio, 2009). In my view, I disagree with this definition because it does not describe intelligence based on an individual’s capacity for abstract………………….
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