International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
Multiple Intelligences Potentials of Students in Early Childhood Education Surindra Rajabhat University, Thailand

Abstract


The objectives of this study are: to study the potential of students' multiple Intelligences Potentials and to compare the order of the multiple intelligence potential of students classified within the year and age level. The sample group was 175 students. The multiple intelligence potential survey had a reliability value of 0.93 The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, one -way analysis of variance, open-ended questions, and content analysis. The research results are as follows:

1. The students had high multi-intelligence potential with an overall average of 86.86%. It was found that 100% of the 4-5th-year students had a high level of multi-intelligence.

2. The overall mean of the multi-intelligence potential of year 1-5 students, in order from large to small number, the first 3 rankings were 1) multi-intelligence potential in self-knowledge and self-understanding 2) multi-intelligence potential in cognition. And understanding of nature 3) the potential of multiple intelligences in music and the overall mean of the lowest multiple intelligence potential is logic and math.

3. Students of different grade levels had multiple intelligences potential, considering the overall picture; there was no statistically significant difference at the .01 level.

4. Students of different old levels had multiple intelligences potential, considering the overall picture; there was no statistically significant difference at the .01 level.