4) Tarneshala Cowans
Topic 4 DQ 1 (Obj. 4.1)
Intelligence tests measure thinking and problem-solving skills. They can show what a child’s intellectual potential is. These tests identify areas of strength and weakness and suggest where further testing needs to be done. An evaluator often chooses a particular test based on a child’s age and language skills.
The Weschler Intelligence Scale is an IQ test that is often used by school psychologists to determine cognitive ability. The Weschler Intelligence Scale test not only provides excellent predictors of academic achievement but can also be used to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the child. But children with severe language based disabilities may have very low scores on the Weschlers.
Non-Verbal IQ tests are designed to give a comprehensive, standardized assessment of general intelligence with entirely nonverbal administration and response formats.
Two tests that may be used are:
Collins, J. (2018, May 06). IQ Tests Special Education Verbal or Non-Verbal. Retrieved from https://www.disabled-world.com/disability/educatio…
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