Welcome to H-IQ—
Improve student creativity and collect the data to prove it.
Free to the first ten schools to apply.
We’re seeking schools to use H-IQ in the classroom this fall—for free.
H-IQ FOR SCHOOLS
H-IQ is on-line
No more than 8 minutes per session
H-IQ jumpstarts student (and teacher) creativity
Let’s discuss how H-IQ will help your students. Send in the form below and join the schools actively growing student creativity.
High School Science Teacher, Concord Academy, Concord, MA
MEASURING CREATIVE POTENTIAL AND IMPLEMENTATION
To learn more about how your school can participate in the free H-IQ Pilot Program, call us at 617-725-0220 or submit your contact information today.
YOU CAN ONLY IMAGINE
Schools are expected to teach students to be creative. But, how do we know what works to develop creativity?
H-IQ helps answer this question and many more by giving schools the tools to track student progress in ideation and imagination—for less than the cost of standardized tests.
Students take multiple tests for other people’s purposes, H-IQ is for the student.
H-IQ helps a student find individual purpose. It is an assessment that connects her with her own thinking, her own dreams and her own imagination. In the process, H-IQ can guide schools to adjust curricula, teaching methods, or classroom activities to promote student creativity.
HOW CAN YOU TELL IF CREATIVE POTENTIAL IS INCREASING, DECREASING, OR STAGNANT?
STUDENTS ARE ALREADY TESTED TOO MUCH.
H-IQ is a learning tool. Students explore their own ideas and imaginations, free from external standards and expectations. There are no right or wrong answers, only their own responses that can engage, intrigue and inspire. Students gain insights into their own passions and dreams for the future. And, most importantly, students learn to use their imagination to develop their creative potential.
H-IQ NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
MRI measurements of the thickness of particular regions of the cerebral cortex, including the orbital frontal cortex and hippocampus, have established that H-IQ scores correlate with brain structures long associated with imagination and creativity. The Frontiers of Psychology, an open access peer-reviewed journal, published the test results and analysis of H-IQ on March 22, 2016: Summary statements from A New Measure of Imagination Ability: Anatomical Brain Imaging Correlates, Jung, Flores, Hunter