CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Child Development (Primary School Child)-Construct of Intelligence Revision (Page 3 of 3)

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Ranges of Intelligence Scores

The range of intelligence can be given by extremely gifted less the disabled personality.

  • Children having IQ below 70 are labeled as disabled or mentally retarded. Even within this, extremities have been defined. IQ between 50 to 70 have mild disability while between 30 to 50 have moderate disability, severe disability is said to have occur between IQ levels of 20 to 35 and the severity is profound below 20 IQ level. The causes of these children being retarded may be down syndrome,

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Measurement of Intelligence

  • Sir Francis Galton pioneered measuring differences between individuals and he measured that on the basis of response given by the senses and their relationship in different individuals.
  • Several individual tests have been used to test intelligence.
  • French psychologists Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon developed their own scale of measurement which would measure intelligence i. e. mental quotient in children at a given age. This demonstrated how much potential a child has to learn.
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