The population required to achieve such a score on a test (+13 standard deviations) would indicate an intelligence so rare that there isn’t a realistic way to consider it. Also, the population itself would likely require a society that has … Continue reading What would an IQ of 325 look like?
I. Introduction Why is school so boring? This is the ubiquitous question that has nagged at school-aged children ever since the inception of the now archaic Prussian system of standardized education. (“Why Is The United States Still Using The Prussian … Continue reading Interest Oriented Education: Death to Standardized Education
The standard, quantifiable definition of “gifted” denotes possessing an IQ of 130 or higher as per Psychometric testing, though there’s also musical, artistic, creative, and athletic giftedness. These are considered by many to be concrete forms of intelligence in and … Continue reading How Likely Are Two Average Parents To Have A Gifted Child?