And what is intelligence? And how does it work?
Intelligence is the ability to solve problems. It’s broad, complex and evolutionary, “the result […] of environmental, genetic, cerebral and cognitive factors that influence performance […]” (Ramus, 2012). There are two ways of representing intelligence, one is a static representation and the other on is a dynamic representation.
Our intelligence isn’t limited to our brain, it’s also physical and is expressed through our movements and gestures. Finally, intelligence is emotional and social. Human beings have a fundamental need to connect with others.
When you show it to your students, we suggest you show it to them once in full to collect their initial reactions. Then you can watch it again bit by bit in order to go into more detail and gain more educational value.