International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences
Yazarlar: Abdul Aziz Abdullah Mohammed AL-MAZRUİİ, Noor Lide Bte. ABU KASSİM, Rashid Saif AL-MEHRZİ
Konular:Sosyal Bilimler, Disiplinler Arası
Anahtar Kelimeler:Intelligences, Intelligence Scale, Intelligence Branches
Özet: This quantitative study discusses the most available intelligence among eleventh grade students in North Al Batinah Governorate in the Sultanate of Oman. The problem is that the Career Guidance Center, which aims to help students in identifying their preferences and intelligence, uses the inclinations measures only, therefore, this study aims to identify the students' intelligence. The research adopted the descriptive and analytical method, a random sample consisted of (700) students was chosen. The study adopted (Shearer, 2004) Multiple Intelligence Scale, which consists of (119) phrases distributed in eight sub-scales: musical, physical, motor, logical, mathematical, spatial, verbal, linguistic, social, subjective and natural. The data were analyzed according to the descriptive analysis, to calculate the frequencies and percentages to determine the most available intelligence, the Kay square to find out the significance of the differences between the frequencies, and Spearman correlation coefficient for the extent of compatibility between the grades according to the variables of specialization and gender, and calculate the Pearson correlation coefficient. The findings revealed that: the most available intelligence among the members of the sample are: the subjective and social intelligence, while musical intelligence came in the last place. There are also statistically significant differences in logical mathematical intelligence in favor of males, and there are statistically significant differences in verbal linguistic intelligence in favor of females. There are positive and significant correlations between academic achievement and five intelligences: mathematical, spatial, verbal, social, and subjective logical.