Today’s topic is based on Howard Gardener's theory of Multiple Intelligences, which most are familiar with. So rather than bore you or drive you away by going into them in depth, what I will do is point you in the direction of some checklists for you to use in determining your child’s primary giftedness/intelligence.
While CS learners might be viewed negatively at times (perfectionist, inflexible, impatient, detail oriented, stubborn), their gifts lie in their great organization, their attention to detail, their tendency to always complete tasks, their productivity, and their dependability.
There are always personal traits that can be misunderstood when in reality what is going on is positive. For example, the abstract sequential child may seem to be aloof at times, may seem opinionated, may even seem argumentative on occasion, and when rushed, may come to a complete stand-still.
The concrete random learner can make you dizzy, startle you, amaze you with their inventiveness, and make you laugh and cry in rapid succession. However, one thing is for sure: Concrete Randoms are creative, dynamic people, and so worth the ride they will take you on.