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Gifted and Talented International Journal

World Council for Gifted and Talented Children: Gifted and Talented International Journal “Gifted and Talented International (GTI) is the official journal of the World Council. Its purpose is to share current theory, research, and practice in gifted education with its audience of international educators, scholars, researchers, and parents. GTI is refereed by an editorial review … Continue reading

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What is asynchronous development?

Gifted 101: What is asynchronous development? Anyone who has worked with children knows that the idea of the “normal” child is a fiction. All children are asynchronous in some area of development. They learn to walk early, learn to ride a bicycle late, learn to read early, learn their multiplication tables late. Gifted children, however, … Continue reading

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Jacob Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act

SENG: Jacob Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act US Congress 1988 “The Jacob Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act (Javits) was originally passed by Congress in 1988 as part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to support the development of talent in U.S. schools. The Javits Act, which is the only federal … Continue reading

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Identifying Gifted Children From Diverse Populations

SENG: Identifying Gifted Children From Diverse Populations “There has long been concern that high-ability students from underserved populations — those who are limited English proficient, disabled, or from minority or low-income backgrounds — are persistently underrepresented in advanced classes and in programs for students identified as gifted. While many districts and states have made improvements … Continue reading

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Gifted Education Resource Institute

Purdue College of Education: Gifted Education Resource Institute The Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) at Purdue University is an innovative center dedicated to the discovery, study, and development of human potential. Founded by John Feldhusen in 1974, GERI’s mission is holistic development of giftedness, creativity, and talents among individuals throughout their life-span. This is accomplished … Continue reading

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National Defense Education Act

Princeton.edu: National Defense Education Act The National Defense Education Act (NDEA), signed into law on September 2, 1958, provided funding to United States education institutions at all levels. The act authorized funding for four years, increasing funding per year: for example, funding increased on eight program titles from 183 million dollars in 1959 to 222 … Continue reading

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Needs of Gifted Talented Children

Your Gifted Talented Child: Needs of Gifted Talented Children By Dr. Patricia Fioriello When working with gifted talented children there are many things to consider. These children have different needs than other children. Their educational requirements are different and more challenging. Questions These children have many great questions and teachers are going to have to … Continue reading

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Høybegavet tilkjent 900.000,- i Høyesterett etter mobbing

Høyesterettsdom: Høybegavet tilkjent 900.000,- i Høyesterett etter mobbing Her følger utdrag av dommen: På grunn av høy intellektuell funksjonsevne begynte han ett år for tidlig på skolen, og startet i første klasse på Y skole i X kommune høsten 1987. Her ble han mobbet av sine medelever, inntil han etter søknad fra foreldrene kom i … Continue reading

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How the Gifted Cope With Their Emotions

How the Gifted Cope With Their Emotions by Annemarie Roeper “There is a difference between giftedness and precociousness. The precocious child grasps certain concepts sooner than other children, while the gifted child understands their depth and complexities. The gifted think and feel in global terms, experience connections, and see the whole rather than the parts. … Continue reading