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The Daimon Institute: Who are the profoundly gifted?

The Daimon Institute: Who are the profoundly gifted? At the highest end of the spectrum of giftedness is a distinct subset, constituting less than half a percent of the general population, which we identify as the profoundly gifted (PG). The profoundly gifted are as different from moderately gifted people with IQs of 130 as the … Continue reading

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AN OVERVIEW OF ISSUES IN ASSESSING GIFTED CHILDREN

Gifted Development Center: AN OVERVIEW OF ISSUES IN ASSESSING GIFTED CHILDREN Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D. “There has always been more perplexity in the assessment of gifted children than in the assessment of any other population, due to surprising discrepancies in the IQ scores they attain on various tests. Average children and developmentally delayed children usually … Continue reading

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A Hermeneutic Historical Study of Kazimierz Dabrowski and his Theory of Positive Disintegration

Doctor Philos Dissertation: A Hermeneutic Historical Study of Kazimierz Dabrowski and his Theory of Positive Disintegration By Marjorie M. Kaminski Battaglia The Theory of Positive Disintegration by Kazimierz Dabrowski endeavors to shed light on human development and why some people are egoists while others are altruists. The voyage from positive integration (egoism) towards positive disintegration … Continue reading

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Battling the Myths in Gifted Education

Davidson Institute for Talent Development Educators Guild: Battling the Myths in Gifted Education This presentation battles five myths about giftedness: #1 Gifted students will be fine on their own #2 Gifted students always earn good grades #3 Giftedness cannot coexist with a disability #4 Educating gifted students requires a wealth of time and resources #5 … Continue reading

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Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent

Sage Publications: Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent By Barbara Kerr “Giftedness as part of national school curricula in Europe has been, and still is, surrounded by some controversy because school systems generally and invariably reflect the philosophical foundation and the political will of any nation. The European Union alone accounts for 27 nations, each … Continue reading

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Forakter samfunnet intelligente barn?

Utdanningsnytt: Forakter samfunnet intelligente barn? Av Aksel Steinsvåg “Hva bør vi gjøre for smarte barn og ungdom? Psykologisk forskning har påvist at høyt intelligente sjeler føler seg ensomme blant folk flest hele tiden. De savner sterkt likesinnede. Følelsen av å være fullstendig alene blant hundre andre mennesker har vel de fleste kjent på kroppen. Det … Continue reading