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This posting describes the three realms of cognition in the Triarchic Theory of Intelligence and compares competitive goals to cooperative goals that occur during assessment in schools.

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1. As you emphasize the three realms of cognition within the Triarchic Theory of Intelligence, please notice how Steinberg views intelligence as an interchange among analytical, practical, and creative aspects of the mind.
Similarly, this theory focuses on adapting, changing your environment, and selecting
environments. This theory also includes Componential intelligence,Experiential intelligence (often called creative) and Contextual intelligence (often called practical intelligence)
Finally, this theory encompasses three functions of the mind: Legislative - creating, planning, imagining, and formulating. Executive - implementing and doing. Judicial - judging, evaluating, and comparing.
Data obtained from http://www.uwsp.edu/education/lwilson/learning/sternb1.htm

2. As you compare ...

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