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IQ Testing Web Quest Project Sieta Achampong, Marisol Craig, Christy Gruver, Patty Hillery, Lori Stollar Summer 2010 Dr. McNiff – ED 503
Introduction in∙tel∙li∙gence noun An inferred ability; a term or construct used to explain differences in present behavior and to predict difference in future behavior.
What is IQ Testing? What is IQ testing? What does it look like? How is it administered? What does it measure exactly and based on what?
Commonly Used IQ Tests Kaufman Assessment Batter for Children-2 Otis-Lennon School Ability Test-8 Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test-IV Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale-5 Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-IV Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Ability
Benefits of IQ Testing I.Q. Testing http://prsg.education.wisc.edu/gifted/iq_tes ting.htmlhttp://prsg.education.wisc.edu/gifted/iq_tes ting.html
Benefits of IQ Testing
Challenges of IQ Testing The Unconscious Bias of Intelligence Tests http://www.southernct.edu/organizations/h cr/2001/nonfiction/testbias.htmhttp://www.southernct.edu/organizations/h cr/2001/nonfiction/testbias.htm
Challenges of IQ Testing
IQ Test Biases VS IQ Test Fairness http://www.personality-and-aptitude- career-tests.com/iq-test-biases.htmlhttp://www.personality-and-aptitude- career-tests.com/iq-test-biases.html