Learners may be intelligent in terms of leadership skills, be academically able, have general intelligence or even talented in terms of art, but Renzulli questions the importance of having these abilities without motivation and commitment to the tasks.
The IQ scores, in one way or another have major impacts on determining the giftedness of learners. From the IQ level scores, educators are able to understand the ability of their learners. Rosenberg, Westling & McLeskey (2007) indicate that the higher the IQ scores, the higher the giftedness of the learners. With numerous debates on the credibility of the IQ scores, other aspects such as physical and cognitive abilities, affection scales need to be incorporated in the assessment of the IQ levels. The concept of brilliance cannot be alienated from the physical abilities of individuals, if all rounded results have to be ...Show more