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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children With High IQ: Results from a Population-Based Study

National Institute of Health: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children With High IQ: Results from a Population-Based Study By: Maja Z. Katusic, B.S, Robert G. Voigt, M.D., Robert C. Colligan, Ph.D., Amy L. Weaver, M.S., Kendra J. Homan, M.A., and William J. Barbaresi, M.D. Abstract: “Objective —To compare the characteristics of children with ADHD who have high … Continue reading

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Vil ta de skarpe barna til Strasbourg

Utdanningsnytt: Vil ta de skarpe barna til Strasbourg Av: Torkjell Trædal “Det er liten tvil om at opplæringsloven pålegger skoleeierne å gi den enkelte elev tilpasset opplæring og at elever som ikke får utbytte av undervisningen kan ha rett på spesialundervisning. Mange elever som ligger over snittet får ikke nok faglig utbytte, men de får … Continue reading

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High achieving students are better off in worse schools

The Converstation: High achieving students are better off in worse schools By Josephine Lethbridge “There is an assumption that children perform better amongst highly achieving peers. High class achievement might be thought to indicate better teaching, or to induce academic competition between students. However, new research counters this common assumption. Felix Weinhardt and Richard Murphy, … Continue reading