Gifted and Talented Hub

A New Generation of Measures

With over 30 years of experience in developing tests and rating scales for the education market, MHS is honored to collaborate with educators, researchers, and practitioners to improve the identification of students with high potential across ever-increasingly diverse communities.

We are excited to join professionals in the field of gifted and talented education in the effort to eliminate underrepresentation and address the need for equitable assessment of gifted students.

Stay in the Know

Ready to connect now?

Contact Debbie Roby, Account Executive directly.

Email: [email protected]

Direct: +1 214-908-7769

A New Generation of Measures

With over 30 years of experience in developing tests and rating scales for the education market, MHS is honored to collaborate with educators, researchers, and practitioners to improve the identification of students with high potential across ever-increasingly diverse communities.

We are excited to join professionals in the field of gifted and talented education in the effort to eliminate underrepresentation and address the need for equitable assessment of gifted students.

Stay in the Know

Ready to connect now?

Contact Debbie Roby, Account Executive directly.

Email: [email protected]

Direct: +1 214-908-7769

Trusted Tools, Experts Authors

Trusted Tools,
Experts Authors

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Naglieri General Ability Tests

Authors Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D., Kimberly Lansdowne, Ph.D., and Dina M. Brulles, Ph.D., in partnership with MHS, are thrilled to introduce the Naglieri General Ability Tests. These three separate tests measure general intellectual ability across verbal, nonverbal, and quantitative content areas.

Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D.

Research Professor at the University of Virginia and Senior Research Scientist at the Devereux Center for Resilient Children.

Author of the new Naglieri General Ability Tests–Nonverbal. Co-author of the Naglieri General Ability Tests–Verbal and the Naglieri General Ability Tests–Quantitative.

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Naglieri General Ability Tests

Authors Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D., Kimberly Lansdowne, Ph.D., and Dina M. Brulles, Ph.D., in partnership with MHS, are thrilled to introduce the Naglieri General Ability Tests. These three separate tests measure general intellectual ability across verbal, nonverbal, and quantitative content areas.

Dina M. Brulles, Ph.D.

Director of Gifted Education at Paradise Valley Unified School District.

Co-author of the new Naglieri General Ability Tests–Verbal.

Kimberly Lansdowne, Ph.D.

Executive Director of the Herberger Young Scholars Academy

Co-author of the new Naglieri General Ability Tests–Quantitative.

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Gifted Rating Scales Second Edition (GRS 2)

In Development

Children can display high potential across many areas outside of intelligence alone: creativity, leadership, artistic talent, motivation, intellectual, and academic ability. For decades, the Gifted Rating Scales (GRS) has been trusted worldwide to identify children for gifted and talented educational programs. It is among the most researched tests with over 30 articles published on its reliability and validity.

Steven I. Pfeiffer, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus at Florida State University

Author of the new Gifted Rating Scales Second Edition (GRS 2)

Tania Jarosewich, Ph.D.

CEO of Censeo Group

Co-author of the new Gifted Rating Scales Second Edition (GRS 2)

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State Gifted & Talented Associations

Gifted and talented state associations act as advocates of gifted education in their respective state, for students, parents, and educators. Often member-based, they are an excellent resource for local initiatives, programs, and activities for gifted and talented youth.