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
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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