The degree of successful intelligence among the 10th grade students in the capital Amman in the light of their learning styles and the level of academic achievement
The degree of successful intelligence among the 10 th grade students in the capital Amman in the light of their learning styles and the level of academic achievement Abstract: This study aimed at identifying the degree of successful intelligence (SI) among the 10th grade students in Amman according their learning styles and the level of academic achievement. The sample consisted of (347) male and female students. The SI scale was applied, which includes three dimensions: Creative, Analytical, and Practical Intelligence, the VARK scale was used to classification of students according to their learning styles, and the first semester GPA was adopted to determine the level of academic achievement. The results indicated that: the degree of SI was medium, and there were no significant differences in the degree of SI attributed to sex, whereas there were significant differences in the SI due to learning styles and achievement level, the differences in SI in favor of mixed learning styles compared with other styles, and for the benefit of visual learning style compared to the auditory and reading learning style, with regard to the level of achievement, the differences in the SI were in favor of the high levels of achievement. Finally, study recommended the need to develop the creative and practical abilities of the students, especially those with learning styles of auditory, reading and kinesthetic, and those with low levels of academic achievement.