Online Gifted Assessment for Creativity in Children
Evaluation Instrument for Parents, other invested individuals
Questions in Part II relate to children of all ages, and requires information about them when they were very young.
Not all people who are gifted are great at academics. Showing high levels of various kinds of creativity also suggests giftedness. Gifted people have distinctive emotional needs, regardless of the area of their gifts. Often, the more creatively gifted are overlooked by those in search of "high IQ's." Standard intelligence tests do not always accurately describe the giftedness of a creative genius.
The following assessment tool (Part II of the Online Gifted Assessment for Young Children) asks very different questions than Part I does. To expand the potential for identification, it is important to answer the questions in both parts of the gifted assessment tool. Being gifted in an academic way neither compels nor precludes strengths or deficits in the creative arenas. Answering the questions in both parts will help suggest if the child is intellectually gifted, creatively gifted, or both.
following set of assessment questions are adapted from a variety of studies.