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According to the triarchic theory, intelligence results from information processing being applied to experiences for the purposes of adaptation to, shaping of, and selection of environments. In other words, intelligence can be formed like any other expertise. The theory is applied by combining the idea that learners must learn a problem solving cycle and use three kinds of thinking. The problem solving cycle has three steps. First, you identify the problem or problems to be addressed. Second, comes the allocation of resources in order to solve the problem. …
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