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Theories of Assessme

This stack will review the history of GT assessment along with the theorist.

Alfred Binet Helped to create the first intelligence test in 1908
Lewis Terman Father of Gifted
David Wechsler Developed the WISC, WAIS,and WPPSI Intelligence tests
J.P. Guilford Created the Structure of the Intellect
Lev Vygotsky Introduced the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)
Joseph Renzulli Introduced the Three Ring Model
Robert Sternberg Introduced the Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
Howard Gardner Introduced Multiple Intelligences
John Feldhusen Included Vocational Intelligence in his model
Created by: rtemplin