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Contemporary Educational Psychology, 27, — 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.

My freshman-year introductory psychology course was designed like most courses one finds not just at the college level, but from middle school onward.

Promoting Wisdom Perhaps conventional assessments met the cognitive demands placed on students years ago. They learn declarative knowledge about the sport.

When compared with using SAT scores alone for predicting freshman-year grades, using these broader tests enabled us to double the accuracy of that prediction. In one study, the Rainbow Project, we designed tests of creative and practical thinking that could supplement tests like the SAT Reasoning Test, which measures analytical skills in the verbal sternberf mathematical domains.

They do not meet the cognitive demands of the world today. Or they might be shown a collage of pictures, such as of musicians or athletes, and be asked to tell a story about the collage. Other fields, such as the hard sciences, political science, economics, and so forth, change at least as rapidly.


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But we also asked the students to answer creative and practical questions. En esta oportunidad reflexiona sobre la sociedad y el papel de la psicologia en su cambio. Our tests help identify such students. The central focus of his research is on intelligence, creativity, and wisdom, and he also has studied love and close relationships as well as hate. The advantage of the Kaleidoscope Project is that it got us away from the high-stakes testing situation in which students must answer complex questions in very short amounts of time under incredible pressure.

This Center, now relocated to Tufts, is dedicated to the advancement of theory, research, practice, and policy advancing the notion of intelligence as developing expertise—as a construct that is modifiable and capable, to some extent, of development throughout the life span. Sternberg Diciembre 31, Traditional assessments provide little help to students in learning how to capitalize on strengths and compensate for or correct weaknesses.

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Instead, they went up. 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 sternbberg. Wisdom, intelligence, and creativity synthesized. First, my work on WICS and successful intelligence is not the only theory on the basis of which we might create new, broader assessments.

Pero si los ciudadanos no inte,igencia nada, y dicen: 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. A set of classic works remains, but the interpretations—and even what constitutes such interpretations—change.


This research has been conducted in five different continents. They are 1 unrealistically optimistic, believing that anything they do will turn out well because they are so brilliant; 2 egocentric, believing that the world revolves around them; 3 falsely omniscient, failing to learn from experience because they believe they know everything; 4 falsely omnipotent, believing that they are all-powerful by virtue of their superior skills or education; 5 falsely invulnerable, believing they can get away with almost anything because they are so clever; and 6 ethically disengaged, believing that ethical principles apply only to lesser mortals.

We now have the results of our first year of implementation, and they are promising. Multiple intelligences for the 21st century. So what should we assess?

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Traditional schooling just does not happen to be one of them. Worthy and Wise There is another issue we need to face. For example, although I assess teamwork in the courses I teach, the assessments I have described do not measure this skill, at least not directly.

Interestingly, even when students are assessed solely for memory, they perform better when taught broadly than when taught just for memory. We have had the opportunity to do so. Perspectives in Education, 19 41— Doing so would no doubt present new challenges.

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