DNA-based Multiple InteLligence Evaluation
- Provides insights on your child’s individual genetic makeup based on their Multiple Intelligences Profile
- Report analysis highlights the following intelligences:
Discover your child’s dominant intelligence(s) and non-dominant intelligence(s).
Recommended and guided activities by intelligences education/expert team to develop your child’s holistic growth.
Convenient & fuss-free at-home saliva collection with free mailing.
Free 1-hour consultation included.
What You Get with DNA-MILE
Discover Your Child’s Innate Insights
Genetics has proven that you are unique - so is your child. Knowing your child’s dominant intelligence(s) can help your child learn best by focusing on your child’s innate strengths/abilities/capacities to enhance learning effectiveness and holistic growth. Helping your child to realise their fullest potential and becoming the best version of themselves.
Celebrate Your Child’s Uniqueness
No one child learns and thinks the same. Every child is unique and special in their own way. When you celebrate your child’s uniqueness, you invest in their present and their future.
Customised Learning For Your Child
Enhance your child’s learning effectiveness with strategies and activities that are customised based on your child’s unique intelligence profile included in your assessment report.
Brains Behind The Multiple Intelligences Theory
Garden Genesis DNA-MILE assesses children's Multiple Intelligence profile to enable a beneficial customised learning approach to facilitate effective learning. Intelligence is frequently defined as our intellectual potential, something we are born with that can be tested, but difficult to modify. However, over the last few years, new perspectives on intelligence have been developed over time. In 1983, Dr Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University, developed a theory that people possess multiple intelligences, and that a person can develop in all the intelligences, but to different levels of competence. Dr. Gardner proposes eight different intelligences to account for a broader range of human intellectual abilities in children and adults. These intelligences are: bodily-kinesthetic, logical-mathematical, musical, verbal-linguistic, visual-spatial, naturalist, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. Dr Gardner also stated that all these intelligences which are our unique profiles may change according to our genetics and experience. Neurobiology investigations have supported that these intelligences are cognitive functions that take place in distinct brain areas. To achieve an edge in learning, an individual can leverage that intelligence where he shows a strength so as to develop in the area where they may have a challenge or is non-dominant.