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Rethinking Gifted Education (Education and Psychology of the Gifted Series).
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5) "Rethinking Gifted Education: A Phenomenological Critique of the Politics and Assumptions of the Empirical-Analytic Mode of Inquiry" (Tracy L. Cross); (6) "Talent Development for Rural Communities". Cross); (6) "Talent Development for Rural Communities" (Aimee Howley and others); (7) "The Death of Giftedness: Gifted Education without Gifted Children" (James H. Borland); (8) "Equity, Excellence, and School Reform: Why Is Finding Common Ground.
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Published May 2003 by Teachers College Press. Gifted children, Education.
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Follow The Psychology Podcast to never miss another show. He is the first author of Beyond Gifted Education: Designing and Implementing Advanced Academic Programs and the co-author (along with Jonathan Plucker) of Excellence Gaps in Education: Expanding Opportunities for Talented Students, published by Harvard Education Press.
Education and psychology of the gifted series. James H. Borland is a Professor of Education and Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University.
What are the expected outcomes of gifted education? And how should gifted students be educated? In the fourth section, we provide an overview of the major models of giftedness from the giftedness literature. Four models have served as the foundation for programs used in schools in the United States and in other countries.
Giftedness and gifted education. Chapter · January 2005 with 84 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Most disciplines of psychology have had difficulties with defining their technical terms, and the situation is no different with the term giftedness. A definition should give a formal and concise description of the meaning of a concept or construct.
giftedness and gifted education, Renzulli argued that psycho-logical characteristics such as task . Initially, most of the knowledge base for this area was anecdotal, resulting from reports of strategies promoted by coaches, teachers, and elite performers themselves.
giftedness and gifted education, Renzulli argued that psycho-logical characteristics such as task persistence, creativity, and motivation are as important to creative productivity as is intel-lectual or academic ability and that these characteristics should be sought out and cultivated in school programs.
Gifted education is in a period of transition unlike any it has experienced in this generation. Thinkers within the field and without are questioning the practice of gifted education, the theoretical foundations on which this practice rests, and even the value and legitimacy of the concept of giftedness. This fresh and provocative volume contains essays by leading thinkers on gifted education and by writers outside the field who have examined it critically. Each author examines, reconsiders, and challenges the assumptions and beliefs underlying the theory and practice of gifted education―providing a “roadmap” to guide both current considerations of and future planning for gifted education programs.