for Children, Part III
Instrument for Parents, other invested individuals
in Part III relate to children of all ages. The questions are all
present tense, and do not require knowledge of previous milestones.
For questions directed more towards very young children, please go to parts
I and II.
This assessment is
intended to help parents and other concerned adults recognize gifted traits in a
children who have some mitigating factors, such as learning disabilities, emotional
problems, etc., will show a more uneven pattern. Intellectual ability, creative
ability, learning styles, and emotional health each run on their own
continuum. Having strength in one neither suggests nor precludes
strengths or deficits in another. This assessment has tried to
take that into account.
In order to produce a meaningful report,
please answer all questions.
At the end of the series, you will
be asked for some specific information. This is only for the purpose of
research. No personally identifying information is
required. Please take a couple minutes and complete this
survey. Adding your information and results to the database will help refine
this assessment tool in the future.
following set of assessment questions are adapted from a variety of studies.
as it stands, however, has not yet been evaluated for validity or
reliability. The resulting scores are not scientific. If you have any
questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Answer all questions.
2. Choose the answer that seems most accurate. For most
questions, if you must choose more than one answer, you can.
3. Leaving "Select all that apply" as your answer,
will result in the program responding like that question wasn't
4. When all questions are answered, click the
"calculate" button to see score. (This is a simple
HTML program, and does not keep any records of the score.)
5. Read the score descriptions at the bottom of the page.
6. Fill in information at bottom of identification tool and
click "submit" in order for your results to be
included in research to improve this identification tool.
TO SELECT MORE
THAN ONE, HOLD DOWN THE "Ctrl" BUTTON
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