My ultimate goal is to work at a local clinic as a nurse practitioner in my community. I was always taught you have to crawl before you walk so I’m taking baby steps to start achieving this goal by planning to obtain my associate’s degree in nursing so I can gain some insight and experience in the world of nursing. When I first started out fresh out high school I went to a local community college I didn’t really know what I wanted to major in, but after I obtained my certified nursing assistant license I decided to give it a try to see how I liked working in a hospital setting because I always knew I wanted to help people I just didn’t know how I wanted to help them. While working as a nursing assistant for 4 years I fought my passion of nursing and I knew It took a special individual to do this type of career and I knew I had It in me to be a nurse. . Do you believe IQ testing should be considered only when a child has demonstrated some?
kind of difficulty with learning or appears to be exceptionally bright?
No, I don’t thing IQ testing should be considered at all because I think it does put a label on kids
that don’t do that well on these test because of many different reasons like for example test
anxiety and Emotional tension they make be feeling that day. I also think IQ test are unfair
when used on children from different cultural backgrounds and different test should be based
on these backgrounds.
2. Using routine IQ testing and a means of screening children for possible learning problems
and for identifying gifted children is a good idea and ought to be continued. Do you agree?
Why or why not?
No, I think there is another way to test these children and to spot out these really smart and
talented kids. I really think its pushes the kids that are great at this type of test way above
others and the kids that are smart and very cable of the same things but don’t test very well on
this type of test it...
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