Serving The Gifted

Author: Steven I. Pfeiffer
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0415997496
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"Designed specifically for school psychologists and school counselors, this volume is intended to serve as a practical and easy-to-use resource for working with gifted students, their teachers, and their parents and families. It provides timely, practical, evidence-based techniques and guidelines to help these practitioners better help an underserved group. The book is written in a user-friendly style that makes this a quick, simple, and easy reference. Topics covered include identification and assessment of gifted students; important information for understanding the needs of the gifted; counseling and psychotherapy strategies; career counseling for gifted and talented students; methods for working with the families of the gifted; and legally-correct and ethically-smart counseling techniques. An accompanying CD will contain valuable resources such as counseling forms, monitoring tools, and parent handouts"--

Applications For Grants Under Gifted And Talented Program Cfda No 13 562

Author: United States. Bureau of Education for the Handicapped
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Education Of The Gifted And Talented

Author: United States. Office of Education
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Serving Gifted And Talented Students

Author: Judy Genshaft
Editor: Pro Ed
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Handbook Of Giftedness In Children

Author: Steven I. Pfeiffer
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387743995
File Size: 79,25 MB
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This is a must-read for education practitioners who deal with gifted and talented students. This superb handbook brings together leading experts from the fields of psychology and education, combining theory and applied empirical research on a range of crucial topics.

Special Education And Rehabilitation

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor
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Giftedness 101

Author: Linda Kreger Silverman, PhD
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826107982
File Size: 69,56 MB
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In my estimation Giftedness 101 ranks high among authoritative texts devoted to this particular population of children. It not only offers thorough experience and knowledge-based insights to those who are already or are contemplating serving the social emotional needs of these children in the future, but also those who profess to educate future teachers, those who would venture out into classrooms charged with the teaching and many others besides. It should be required reading for politicians - especially those who shape educational policy."--Gifted and Talented International "Linda Silverman is an articulate, insightful, authoritative, and extremely "gifted" international expert in the assessment of giftedness...[She] has created a gem with Giftedness 101. The fields of psychology and education should welcome this vibrant book with open arms." Alan S. Kaufman, PhD Yale Child Study Center School of Medicine "This is a really terrific book! I'm really impressed at how much information has been packed into it, how accessible it is (without talking down to the audience), and how well the author has parsed the many key issues in the world of giftedness. Parents and mental health professionals with find this book incredibly useful. I look forward to sharing it far and wide. I think it is a book that was badly needed and will really fill a niche." Corin Goodwin CEO & Executive Director, Gifted Homeschoolers Forum This is the most thorough history, explanation, and call to action for gifted advocates you will find."--Laughing at Chaos Blog What is giftedness? Is it the potential for success or is it the experience of being an "outsider"? This book addresses the unique psychological needs of gifted children, which are often manifested as "feeling different," and examines special issues such as gifted children with learning disabilities, gender considerations, implications of socio-economic status, and more. Giftedness 101 dispels common myths about giftedness and challenges the view that eminence is the true signifier of giftedness. It offers specific guidelines to psychologists, parents, and teachers; describes comprehensive assessment of the gifted; provides support for the twice exceptional; and focuses on the complex inner world of the gifted. The book defines giftedness as a psychological reality with powerful ramifications throughout the lifespan. Giftedness 101 will be a valuable, eye-opening resource for psychologists, educators, and other professionals who work with the gifted, as well as gifted individuals and their families. Key Features: Provides a concise, accessible overview of one of the most important and challenging topics in psychology and education Examines the concept of giftedness across the lifespan Covers both the intellectual assessment and development of gifted individuals as well as the psychological well-being issues of this population Written by a prominent expert in the field of the psychology of giftedness

Serving Gifted Students In Rural Settings

Author: Tamra Stambaugh
Editor: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1618214314
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Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings provides a framework for educating the gifted in rural settings. Case study vignettes and practical ideas for administrators and teachers are combined with theoretical applications. The first of three sections in the book outlines the various philosophies and current status of rural education. The second section focuses on practical strategies and evidence-supported approaches for identifying and serving rural gifted students based on their unique geography. Section three highlights support structures that are necessary for leading and supporting gifted education in rural schools. This book helps bridge the gap existing between rural education and accessible, effective gifted education.

Teaching Gifted Students With Disabilities

Author: Susan K. Johnsen
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 1593631685
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Grades 6

Serving Gifted Learners Beyond The Traditional Classroom

Author: Joyce VanTassel-Baska
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ISBN: 9781593632113
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Serving Gifted Learners Beyond the Traditional Classroom: A Guide to Alternative Programs and Services provides a concise and thorough introduction to the various types of out-of-school programming recommended and appropriate for gifted and advanced learners. Including overviews of mentoring programs, residential schools, summer opportunities, and distance learning, top scholars in the field of gifted education combine research and experience in this guide toalternative services for teachers, parents, and gifted education program directors. Other programs and services covered include service learning, university-based programs, and competitions. In addition, a much-needed review of the issues concerning programming for diverse youth, options for students from low-income backgrounds, and counseling gifted students to make good out-of-school choices, along with an insightful, insider's look at the culture and lives of gifted students at residential schools, make this handy guide to alternative programs and services a necessity for anyone serving and working with gifted students.

Second Annual Report Of The Evaluation Of The Gifted And Talented Education Program

Author: Christine T. Wood
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The Gifted Student

Author: Jean Laubenfels
Editor: Greenwood
ISBN:
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Describes books about the characteristics and identification of gifted children, special problems and programs, longitudinal studies, and other research on gifted children

Books For The Gifted Child

Author: Barbara Holland Baskin
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This bibliography lists and annotates some 150 books of special value for the gifted child from preschool age to adolescence. Separate sections discuss the problems of the gifted child within a historical and social context, and how such factors as status, etc. contribute to these programs.

Education For The Gifted

Author: National Society for the Study of Education. Committee on Education for the Gifted
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Education Of The Gifted

Author: Joan F. Smutny
Editor: Phi Delta Kappa International Incorporated
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This book provides an overall perspective to program development for gifted children and youth. The approaches used draw on many theories, points of view, and program structures. Chapter titles are as follows: "Identification of the Gifted,""Strategies for Teaching the Gifted,""Organizing the Gifted Program,""Building Support for the Gifted Program,""Preschool Gifted Children,""Gifted Girls: A Population at Risk,""Serving Special Populations of the Gifted,""Serving Gifted Minority and Disadvantaged Students,""Gifted Programs for Secondary School Students," and "Evaluating Gifted Programs." In addition to references which accompany each chapter, a gifted education bibliography lists approximately 120 items. Appendixes list national organizations serving the gifted, professional journals on the gifted, and state education departments' gifted education programs. (JDD)

Differential Education For The Gifted

Author: Virgil S. Ward
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Educating The Gifted

Author: Joseph L. French
Editor: New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston
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56 Practices For The Gifted From Secondary Schools Of New York State

Author: University of the State of New York. Bureau of Secondary Curriculum Development
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