Chương trình test IQ trẻ các lứa tuổi

Mây
19-03-06, 00:51
Như em biết thì có một phần mềm có sẵn các kiểu test IQ cho trẻ ở từng lứa tuổi như 1, 2, 3, 4... Có bác nào có không cho em xin với. Em cảm ơn trước ạ.
wasabi
19-03-06, 07:05
Em cũng biết có một chương trình chạy trên DOS của Đài Loan mà làm cho trẻ con - thằng người ngoài hành tinh đẩy cái hộp.

Nhưng theo em thế không hiệu quả lắm. Câu trả lời ở đây có vẻ cũng hay. Nếu chị cần nữa em sẽ hỏi... chiên da.

http://www.brainy-child.com/expert/iq-test.shtml
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Q: Is it possible to be able to correctly test a child of 3 years old IQ?

A: To accurately determine the IQ of individuals of any age group is still questionable. However, it can be a rough indication and there are signs that you can look out for. You may want to view the checklist that I prepared for possible signs of giftedness, which would relate to higher IQ.

There is also a possibility of a drop in IQ based on age, so it is hard to say for sure. This is especially so since researches have indicated that there is a possibility of IQ scores to vary as much as 20 points throughout a person's lifetime! What you may want to do is to look out for signs of ability and perhaps take a test when the child is older - a least able to read and write as most standardized test requires the ability to read.
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Q: How do I identify a gifted child?

A: To recognize if a child is gifted, there are numerous characteristics that are distinct to gifted individuals and quite easily observable, especially for parents. The following description would give a rough indication of these characteristics.

By the broad category of giftedness, characteristic traits are listed as general intellectual ability, specific academic aptitude, creative thinking and production, leadership, psychomotor ability, visual and performing arts. More specifically, if your child demonstrate about three quarter of the following characteristic traits, it is likely that s/he is gifted.

* Variety of Interests
* Excellent memory
* Long attention span
* Unusual curiosity
* Persistence in attacking difficult mental tasks
* Creative ability/Divergent thinking skills
* Good problem solving/reasoning abilities
* Rapid learning ability
* Leadership qualities
* High degree of energy
* Above average language development
* Early/avid reader
* Preference for older/matured companions
* Unusual emotional depth and intensity
* Heightened sensitivity
* Non-conformity behavior
* Above average ability with numbers/jigsaw puzzles
* Keen powers of observation
* Vivid imagination
* Good sense of humor
* Sense of justice and moral sensitivity
* Perfectionism
* Apparent maturity in judgment


Researches on giftedness indicate that the best way to identify giftedness in your child is by carefully observing his behavior, not by formal testing of IQ especially if the child is very young. The best age to do an IQ test is still debatable. I suppose, as soon as the child is able to read/write and understand questions; s/he may be able to do such tests without much bias. Most of the indicators of giftedness become evident even before a child turns one! So perhaps that's when you may be able to look out for some of the indications listed above. However, do be aware that your child may not necessary be gifted in all areas.

On intelligence testing, the accuracy of an IQ test is still questionable. Nevertheless, it is still the single best predictor to test general intelligence. Intelligence and giftedness are not synonymous - as thought by many. Gifted individuals have different abilities, talents, and personalities. Even so, a sizeable proportion of the individuals categorized as gifted are distinguished from their non-gifted counterparts by virtue of superior general intelligence, which is measured by intelligence tests. This is how giftedness becomes associated with intelligence.

A note of caution, some parents tend to want to believe that their child is "gifted" as it may associate one with the pool of elitist, especially so within a competitive society. This may lead them to "force" giftedness upon their child, forgetting other aspects of development, especially their affective needs. With proper nurturing and access to educational materials, children would be seen to perform, but if their emotional and physical needs were not met, these children would be at risk of burning out.

Then, to turn the tables around would be rather difficult and requires a great deal of effort as the damage is already done during the critical age of growing. Hence, give your child what you believe would help him/her make the most of his/her abilities, but at the same time allow your child to enjoy growing. Focus on your child's strengths, at the same time pay attention to his/her weak areas and get help.

Believe that every child may not meet the early sign of gifted characteristics that are listed, but every child is special in his/her own way - focus on that specialty and you would be nurturing a well-rounded and emotionally stable child.
Mây
19-03-06, 08:47
Cảm ơn em nhiều lắm, để chị nghiên cứu cái site kia phát rồi có gì hỏi em tiếp nhé.