Aniceto B. Naval, Laila S. Lomibao, Charita A. Luna
Abstract: This study endeavors to examine the influence of the triarchic intelligence on students mathematics performance as embedded in academic intervention through counseling program which focuses on maximizing students innate abilities known as natural intelligence and compensating their weaknesses through reinforcements. Traditional reinforcement was applied to control group while experimental group underwent triarchic intervention involving analytical, creative, and practical based instructions. Students who were exposed to triarchic intervention showed significant improvements in their mathematical skills and performance. In general, triarchically based intervention was superior against traditional reinforcement.
Keywords: Triarchic Intelligence, Mathematical Skills, Mathematics Performance