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Gifted Students’ Perceptions of the Academic and Social/Emotional Effects of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Grouping

Gifted Child Quarterly: Gifted Students’ Perceptions of the Academic and Social/Emotional Effects of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Grouping By: Jan Adams-Buyers, Sara Squiller Whitsell, Sidney M. Moon Abstract: This study investigated student perceptions of differences in academic and social effects that occur when gifted and talented youth are grouped homogeneously (i.e., in special classes for gifted … Continue reading

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Gifted children especially vulnerable to effects of bullying

Purdue University Study: Gifted children especially vulnerable to effects of bullying “All children are affected adversely by bullying, but gifted children differ from other children in significant ways,” says Jean Sunde Peterson, an associate professor of educational studies in Purdue’s College of Education. “Many are intense, sensitive and stressed by their own and others’ high expectations, … Continue reading

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The Misunderstood Face of Giftedness

Huffington Post: The Misunderstood Face of Giftedness By Marianne Kuzujanakis Director, Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG) In K-12 classrooms everywhere are children at risk for being misunderstood, medically mislabeled, and educationally misplaced. Not limited to one gender, race, ethnicity or socioeconomic group, they could be the children of your neighbors, your friends, your … Continue reading