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Parent's Guide to IQ Testing and Gifted Education
David Palmer, Ph.D.

This book is written specifically for parents who need to understand gifted testing and gifted programming so that they can make informed decisions for their children.

This book gives those with little or no background in IQ testing and gifted education a close look at how the system of screening, testing, and programming really works. This is where you'll find the direct answers and specific advice you need to make the right decisions for your child.



Testing for Kindergarten: Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Ace the Tests for: Public School Placement, Private School Admissions, Gifted Program Qualification
Karen Quinn

By the age of 5, most children in America will take some kind of intelligence test. Whether your child is going to a private kindergarten or a public school, he or she will most likely be tested -and placed in classrooms according to those results. But information about intelligence tests is closely guarded, and it can be difficult to understand what your kids need to know.

As an expert who has successfully taught hundreds of parents how to work with their own children, Karen Quinn has written the ultimate guide to preparing your child for kindergarten testing. The activities she suggests are not about "teaching to the test." They are about having fun while teaching to the underlying abilities every test assesses.

From the "right" way to have a conversation to natural ways to bring out your child's inner math geek, Quinn shares the techniques that every parent can do with their kids to give them the best chance to succeed in school and beyond. It's just good parenting - and better test scores are icing on the cake.



Know Your Child's IQ
Hans J. Eysenck, Darrin Evans

According to this groundbreaking book by a pioneer in the fields of both psychology and personality development, there is no better determinant of academic success than the IQ, or intelligence quotient. Yet the appropriateness of IQ testing continues to be a controversial subject in the sphere of child rearing.

Helping to unravel the confusion, Know Your Child's IQ provides a clear definition and history of the IQ, explains how it is used to measure intelligence, and, most important, explains why knowing your child's IQ will be of invaluable help to him or her in the future.



The IQ Answer: Maximizing Your Child's Potential
By Dr. Frank Lawlis

This book is a fascinating and user-friendly guide to fulfilling one's potential. With millions of new cases of ADD and other learning disabilities diagnosed every year, parents are searching for solutions to help them break through their children's performance plateaus. And any adult who has ever been frustrated by a stubborn mental block will learn the steps to scale it and tackle any project creatively.

Through his groundbreaking thirteen-step method, Dr. Lawlis offers clear, easy-to-follow strategies for overcoming thinking patterns that hamper success. Many case studies of his former patients illustrate how these simple techniques can change lives. The result of years of clinical research, his program is a mind, body, and soul approach that includes breathing exercises and nutritional advice.


Essentials of WISC-IV Assessment
Dawn P. Flanagan Ph.D, Alan S. Kaufman Ph.D

The WISC-IV is the top intelligence assessment instrument for children in the US, providing essential information into a child's cognitive functioning. This book applies a new, expanded theory-based approach to interpreting the latest edition of the WISCŪ and provides beginning and seasoned clinicians with comprehensive step-by-step guidelines to administering, scoring, and interpreting this latest revision of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children.

This book provides students and practitioners with an unparalleled resource for learning and application, including expert assessment of the test's relative strengths and weaknesses, valuable advice on its clinical applications, and illuminating case reports.


Cognitive Abilities Test CogATŪ Multilevel B Book (Grade 3*) - Practice Test 1, Grade 4
By Mercer Publishing

Level B is the Multilevel Ed. format of the CogAT exam, in which the children read and answer the test questions themselves and is usually given to children in third grade. This book contains a single full-length practice test that contains nine subtests in the three test areas found on the CogATŪ exam: VERBAL Verbal Classification 20 questions Sentence Completion 20 questions Verbal Analogies 25 questions QUANTITATIVE Quantitative Relations 25 questions Number Series 20 questions Equation Building 15 questions NONVERBAL Figure Classification 25 questions Figure Analogies 25 questions Figure Analysis 15 questions

Practice Test for the CogATŪ* Multilevel Edition is a full length practice test with answer key. The object of this practice test is to familiarize your child with sample questions they will face on test day, how the tests are formatted, the symbols used and the number of questions in in each test area.

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