2005．第20卷第1期（Vol. 20 No. 1）．pp. 5772
Development of a Self-Rating Multiple Intelligences Computerized Assessment System for Intellectual Development and Student Counseling
BRIDGES is a computerized assessment system run on the Microsoft windows Excel environment that validates self-rating multiple intelligences data. This paper reports a case study of senior secondary students at grade 12 level (N = 199) in an established school in Macao to illustrate the characteristics and functions of BRIDGES. The system is based on Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences and is a tool to experiment ideas of individually configured education. The school in this research study finds the assessment system very practicable and user-friendly. Using BRIDGES, teachers are able to issue multiple intelligences spectrum to students and provide them with programs for intellectual development and services for student counseling.
Keywords: multiple intelligences; computerized assessment system; individually configured education