Speaking & Workshops
"If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, where is the man who has so much as to be out of danger"
- T. H. Huxley
Dr. Kevin McGrew is a frequently requested speaker and has conducted over 70+ state, national and international presentations or workshops related to his areas of interest. Contact us via the MindHub™ Contact information section for possible speaking engagements and topics.
Below is a select list of prior presentation or workshop topics. A detailed list is included in Dr. McGrew’s CV.
Intelligence Theory and Testing
- What we've learned from 20 years of CHC COG-ACH research: Implications for SLD assessment
- Linking CHC processing to achievement: Implications for intervention planning
- Cattell-Horn-Carroll intelligence testing: What have we learned in 20 years?
- Intelligent insights on intelligence tests: What I’ve learned from 35 years of IQ testing, development and research
- The art and science of intelligence test development: Theory, tools, tips and troubles
- CHC theory: Past, present and future
- An overview of the Human Cognitive Abilities project
- The Flynn Effect in Atkins death penalty MR/ID cases: To adjust or not to adjust, that is the question
- Advanced interpretation of the Woodcock-Johnson III
- Innovations in intellectual assessment: Back to the future
- An integration of theories of multiple intelligences within a model of personal competence: The big picture
- A cross-battery approach to intelligence test interpretation
- CHC theory and assessment: Best practices and what we've learned the past 20 years
- The brain clock: An overview of contemporary research and theory regarding the neuroscience of brain-based interval timing and its relevance to learning and rehabilitation
- The IM Effect: What is happening under the hood?
- Improving timing and rhythm and the effects on academic achievement
- How will neuro-technology change learning, intelligence and the treatment of learning disorders in the future
- Purpose, passion and serendiptiy: What I’ve learned in 30 years since leaving graduate school
- NCLB and expectations for students with disabilities: Increasing the chance of No Child Being Left Behind. Beyond cognitive and achievement abilities
- “Intelligent” use and interpretation of the WJ III in the context of contemporary research and pending changes in IDEA
- Cognitive abilities/disabilities role in establishing academic expectations: A lesson from Forrest Gump regarding expectations for students with cognitive disabilities