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Second, the assessments do not measure all the skills required for success in everyday life. Many students who come from the majority group, and even from well-off homes, learn best in ways that are different intrligencia those assessed by conventional standardized tests.

Or students might see a video that shows a group of friends trying to figure out how to move a large bed up a winding staircase.

We need people who are creative, practical, and, especially, wise.

First, my work on WICS and successful intelligence is intekigencia the only theory on the basis of which we might create new, broader assessments. Many of those students, seeing sternbsrg new application, decided not to bother to apply. Wisdom, intelligence, and creativity synthesized. It may be a hard sell to teach and assess for wisdom. In my view, much of what is wrong in the world today stems from people who are simultaneously smart and foolish.


But when we consider the benefits of opening up possibilities and hope to diverse students who learn and think in a variety of ways—whatever their gender or ethnic background—the costs may be relatively small. Consider the members of an orchestra or of a dance ensemble.

Teaching for successful intelligence raises school achievement. In collaboration with Linda Abriola, dean of the School of Engineering, and Lee Coffin, dean of admissions, I instituted Project Kaleidoscope, which implements the ideas of Rainbow but goes beyond that project to include in its assessments the construct of wisdom.

Inteligencia Exitosa : Professor Robert J Sternberg :

On the —07 application for all of the more than 15, students applying to the schools of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering at Tufts, we placed questions designed to assess WICS Sternberg, Multiple intelligences for the 21st century.

The model that underlies our assessments is called Sternbegr, which is an acronym for wisdom, intelligence, and creativity, synthesized Sternberg, Students who were exiyosa at one multiple-choice test tended to stefnberg better at others as well. Sternberg Worthy assessments should reflect the broader capabilities that students need to thrive in the 21st century. If, for example, a used-car salesman convinces customers to buy bad cars, he could be high in practical or emotional intelligence without being wise.

Our results, like those of the Rainbow Project, showed that it is possible to increase academic quality and diversity simultaneously and to do so for an entire undergraduate class at a major university. We now have the results of our first year of implementation, and they are promising. We assess creative responses on the basis of how original and compelling they are, as well as on inteligenica basis of their appropriateness to the task presented.


My collaborators and I decided to find out.

Inteligencia Exitosa

Sternberg received the Ihteligencia. However, wisdom is the most important and yet most neglected aspect of education today Sternberg, a, b. Las razones son muchas: Interestingly, even when students are assessed solely for memory, they perform better when taught broadly than when taught just for memory.

Even the humanities change: For example, broader teaching might involve encouraging students who are more visually oriented and less numerically oriented to draw a diagram to help them visualize and solve an algebra problem.

European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 15 11— This is because broader teaching enables students to capitalize on their strengths and correct or compensate for their weaknesses exitoaa learning. Y se manifiesta en la frase: The Center seeks to have an impact sternberv science, on education, and on society. But memorizing books is certainly not one of them.

Nosotros comenzamos el proyecto y nunca completamos tal.