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People usually use the word "intelligence" to describe a person's natural intellectual ability, which is thought to be set at birth, measurable, and hard to improve. Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner proposed the concept of multiple intelligences in 1983 to help teachers, psychologists, and parents in their understanding of children's cognitive processes and their unique approaches to learning. 
Metacognition is the ability to reflect on one's own cognitive processes and the ability to think about and change your own thought processes. A big part of metacognition is being aware of yourself as a learner and being able to evaluate your own learning style and figure out where you could improve.