spatial intelligence scale

Last registered on November 30, 2022


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spatial intelligence scale
Initial registration date
November 27, 2022

Initial registration date is when the trial was registered.

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First published
November 30, 2022, 4:34 PM EST

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Primary Investigator

Foundation university

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Prior work
This trial does not extend or rely on any prior RCTs.
to find spatial intelligence in children by using activity of word search.The Multiple Intelligence (MI) Theory is highly applicable and appreciated in modern education due to its main claim that every individual has eight intelligences and they all work together in a unique way. It was proposed by Howard Gardner in his book "Frames of Mind", and subsequently developed by his team at Harvard University through Project Zero (Gardner, 1983). He offered a unique concept on intelligence and had a pluralistic view of mind which recognizes many different sides of cognition and cognitive styles, since people have different cognitive strengths (Gardner & Moran, 2006). The theory can alter our perception of learning, since everybody owns all intelligences, but they are not developed equally (Waterhouse, 2006).
The definition of intelligence by Gardner is different in comparison with its more conventional usage, when it generally refers to an individualĀ“s IQ (measurable on a Simon-Binet scale) or "g" meaning "general intelligence" as proposed by Charles Spearman in 1927. In MI Theory intelligences can be associated with an individualĀ“s aptitude or potentials - the fact that an individual is either high or low in one specific area does not make him any more or less intelligent in the traditional sense.
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Registration Citation

Shabbir, Fatima. 2022. "spatial intelligence scale ." AEA RCT Registry. November 30.
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Experimental Details


children of age three to ten are assess on theri word recognition ability by letting them perform activity of word search.
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Primary Outcomes

Primary Outcomes (end points)
visual spatial intelligence
Primary Outcomes (explanation)
different levels of pictures are there from simpler to complex gradually which will help us to categorize on the basis of intelligence.

Secondary Outcomes

Secondary Outcomes (end points)
increase of observation
Secondary Outcomes (explanation)
increase of knowledge among children

Experimental Design

Experimental Design
the experiment was conducted on sample of 200 children which were taken from different sections of 10 different schools . age of children was from 3 to 10 years. all the children taken were by method of simple randomization.
Experimental Design Details
activity included finding words from the words match .
Randomization Method
simple randomization
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Experiment Characteristics

Sample size: planned number of clusters
10 schools
Sample size: planned number of observations
200 children
Sample size (or number of clusters) by treatment arms
10 schools given intervention
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