Missing Intellectual Abilities Identified in Failing Pilots

World War II. Pilots. Planes. Intellectual abilities.

What do these things have to do with learning? You might be surprised!

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  1. Thomas Leahy

    I use this example during presentations to describe one of the first and effective application of Guilford’s Model of Intelligence. It sets a clear and understanable segway to Dr. Mary Meeker’s application of 26 cognitive abilities necessary for success in school. We must never forget the Meeker Paradigm includes the Affective Domain and Physiological/Neurological with the Cognitive. I believe every time we present the SOI Model the Meeker Paradigm should be shared.

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