Testing: Not Just About the Number
August 23, 2006
by Melissa Farrall, Ph.D.
Materials and Archive
Archive: This is the Archive
of the Webinar event held on August 23, 2006. The archive
is 2 hrs, 45 mins. in length.
You can pause, fastforward, stop, and rewind the recording
using the playback controls. Note: Playing the archive
requires ADOBE FLASH to be activated.
PowerPoint Presentation: This is a PDF
document containing all of the visuals presented
during the Webinar event on August 23, 2006 (Part I and
Part II) (PDF, 27 pgs).
for Advocates: This is
a PDF document offering several
strategies advocates can use when discussing
issues related to IQ testing for
students with disabilities. (PDF, 2 pgs)
for Students with Cognitive Disabilities: Is the Cup
Half Empty or Half Full? Can the Cup Flow Over?: This
article, published by the National Center on Educational
Outcomes, offers helpful information regarding the connection
between IQ and expected achievement and how stereotypical
thinking influences the type
of instruction students receive.
the Irrelevance of Intelligence in Predicting Responsiveness
to Reading Instruction: (PDF, 23 pgs) This
is a PDF of an journal
article appearing in the Fall 2006