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The following constitute a collection of syllabi for intelligence-related
courses. These are provided for the purpose of modeling the depth and
expanse of intelligence topics and also to share best practice experience
related to the teaching of intelligence courses.
Keith Simonton's general education Genius, Creativity, & Leadership
"My task is to help [the student] fully appreciate the nature of
genius, achievement, talent, and giftedness. Special emphasis is placed
on exceptional creativity and leadership. Political, military, economic,
scientific, philosophical, literary, musical, and artistic genius will
be examined from a diversity of theoretical, methodological, and disciplinary
perspectives. Besides understanding the phenomena's complexity, [the student]
should become aware of the vast range of psychological viewpoints."
Douglas K. Detterman's
Intelligence Course (Word document - 21 kb)
Robert J. Sternberg's
Human Intelligence and its Development Course (Word
document - 21 kb)
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16 May 2013