How to Raise You're Child's IQ

How to Raise You're Child's IQ

by David Engler
     
 

All too many people believe that the I Q is a mea­sure of innate intelligence that remains pretty much the same all through life. Originally the I Q was thought to be an absolute, unchanging measure of innate intelligence.

Because the I Q plays such an important role in a child's life in school and afterward, parents should know that—

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Overview

All too many people believe that the I Q is a mea­sure of innate intelligence that remains pretty much the same all through life. Originally the I Q was thought to be an absolute, unchanging measure of innate intelligence.

Because the I Q plays such an important role in a child's life in school and afterward, parents should know that—

—We do not have an adequate definition of intelli­gence; psychologists differ widely on what it is and where it comes from.
—Since it is uncertain what intelligence is, there is widespread disagreement over what intelligence tests measure.
—To a large extent the I Q is a measure of what a child has learned.
—Because of the way the IQ is used by schools, a few points more or less in a critical range can make a dramatic difference in the quality of education a child receives.
—The evidence shows that the I Q can be raised.
—The average parent has the ability to raise his child's I Q.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015538236
Publisher:
Educational Values
Publication date:
10/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

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