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WICS: A New Model for Cognitive Education

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This article presents a unified model for cognitive education, WICS, which is an acronym for wisdom, intelligence, creativity, synthesized. The model can be applied to identification/admissions, instruction, and assessment. I first discuss why there is a need for such a model. Then I describe the model. Next I show how the model can be applied to admissions/identification. Then I show how the model can be applied to instruction and assessment. Finally, I present some conclusions.
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Keywords: ADMISSIONS; CREATIVITY; IDENTIFICATION; INSTRUCTION; INTELLIGENCE; WISDOM

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 February 2010

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