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Rather, admitted applicants are more qualified, but in a broader way. The model that underlies our assessments is called WICS, which is an acronym for wisdom, intelligence, and creativity, synthesized Sternberg, He looked me straight in the eye and admitted that he, too, had gotten a C. 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.

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Tufts University, under the leadership of its president, Lawrence Bacow, has strongly emphasized the role of active citizenship in education. Entonces su pregunta fue: Interestingly, even when students are assessed solely for memory, they perform better when taught broadly than when taught just for memory. But memorizing books is certainly not one of them. In sternherg ways, it is the best position one can get inteligsncia the field of psychology. Second, we discovered that using broader tests for college admissions can enhance academic excellence.

The Center seeks to have an impact on science, on education, and on society. Compared with the predictive value of SAT scores and high school grade point average combined, we increased the accuracy of prediction by about 50 percent.

In English, we might assess understanding of a novel such as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by sternebrg 1 How was the childhood of Tom Sawyer similar to and different from your own childhood analytical? Moreover, after several years in which the number of applications by underrepresented minorities remained relatively flat, this year they increased substantially.


Traditional assessments provide little help to students in learning how to capitalize on strengths and compensate for or correct weaknesses. More notable, the quality of applicants rose substantially. Different groups excel, on average, in different ways; giving them a chance to show how they excel enables them to show that they can succeed.

For example, on our tests, American Indians, on average, performed lower than most other groups on analytical assessments. Doing so would no doubt present new challenges.

The programs in this model were designed to determine whether we could teach and assess students for memory and for analytical, creative, and practical achievement in the context of any academic subject at any grade level.

The Chronicle of Higher Education, 53 44B Es para entrenar a los estudiantes para pensar bien, para pensar de una manera que quieran usar su conocimiento para fines buenos.

Perspectives in Education, 19 41— My collaborators and I decided to find out. So adopting these new methods does not result in admitting less-qualified applicants. No soy pesimista pero las cosas no cambian simplemente por hacer nada.

But we also asked the students to answer creative and practical questions.

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Traditional schooling just does not happen to be one of them. Learning and Individual Differences, 16, — An introductory text today contains almost entirely different facts. As an example, in social studies, we might assess understanding of the American Civil War by asking such questions as 1 Compare and contrast the Civil War and the American Revolution analytical ; 2 What might the United States be like today if the Civil War had not taken place creative?

Some stakeholders were afraid that the number of applications would go down; instead, they went up slightly.

inteligenccia But when we teach only for facts, rather than for how to go beyond facts, we teach students how to get out of date. 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.


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Whereas the Rainbow Project was a separate high-stakes test administered with a proctor, the Kaleidoscope Project was a section of the Tufts college application.

Yo puedo dar un ejemplo: Because different knteligencia groups have different conceptions of what intelligence is Sternberg,intdligencia tend to socialize their children to be intelligent in different ways.

Or they might be asked to caption an untitled comic strip. 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.

This result suggested that using multiple-choice tests consistently tends to benefit some students and not others. 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, For example, we assess analytical responses on the basis of the extent to which they are analytically sound, balanced, logical, and organized.

I cracked to my predecessor that it was ironic that I, who had gotten a C in my introductory course, was now president of the association.

Consider students on an athletic team. The tests would not compromise academic excellence, but actually enhance it. We now have the results of our first year of implementation, and they are promising.