EDPSYCH

Two- Factor Theory of Intelligence
one of the first theories of intelligence which posited that performance on intelligence tests could be attributed to a general mental ability
Theory of Multiple Intelligences
We have 8 of them

1. Linguistic (using words)
2. Logical-Mathematical (reasoning, perceiving patterns)
3. Spatial (
4. Bodily-Kinesthetic
5. Musical
6. Interpersonal
7. Intrapersonal
8. Naturalistic

Authentic Tasks
tasks that reflect real-life problems, roles, or situations.
Theory of Success Intelligence
an individual defines success accroding to personal goals.
Analytical Abilities
involve identifying and defining a problem, choosing a strategy for solving the problem, and monitoring outcome
Creative Abilities
involve generating novel ideas for solving problems
Practical Abilities
involve applying knowledge to real-life contexts implenting optoins and solutions and making them work
Individual administered IQ Tests
measure individuals’ cognitive abilities with a better of subtests that require no reading and are given one on one by a trained examiner
Groupe Administered IQ Tests
have objective items, such as multiple choice, and are given in a groupe setting using a paper and pencel format
Norm Group
judging how the students performs compared in the norm group
Norm-Referenced
relative standing on an IQ test as compared with the scores of other, similar individuals on the same test
Deviation IQ
a score that indicates how far above or below the average a student scored on the IQ test compared to the same-age individuals
Standard Deviation
How much a score strays from the average
Flynn Effect
wher IQ scores have increased over successive generations througout the world
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
a groundless expectations that leads the teacher to actin ways that make the expectations come true

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