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Gjelder trivsel på skolen også for de evnerike?

Gjelder trivsel på skolen også for de evnerike? En retrospektiv studie om trivsel på skolen blant evnerike elever Masteroppgave i spesialpedagogikk Av Linn F. Helgesen (UiS), 2014 Sammendrag “I denne studien er det gjort en sammenligning av skoletrivsel mellom evnerike elever og elever som representerer gjennomsnittet av elevmassen, i Norge. De evnerike elevene er i … Continue reading

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Evnerike elever og atferdsvansker

Når frustrasjonen tar over læringen: Evnerike elever og atferdsvansker -et foreldreperspektiv på hvorfor konflikter oppstår i møtet med skolehverdagen Masteroppgave i spesialpedagogikk ved UiS, Våren 2014 Av Grete Røgenes Sammendrag: “Behovet for kompetanse om og forståelse for evnerike elever som har atferdsvansker er stort blant skoler og lærere. Denne kvalitative studien har som formål å … Continue reading

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De begavede barna – den glemte elevgruppen?

De begavede barna – den glemte elevgruppen? Bachelor oppgave Av: Kristina Johannessen Institutt for grunnskole- og faglærerutdanning 
Fakultet for lærerutdanning og internasjonale studier
Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus “Sammendrag Mediedekningen og interessen av begavede barn har økt de seinere årene. Det skrives om begavede barn som ikke får utfordret seg nok, foreldre som kjenner på fortvilelsen … Continue reading

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GIFTED LEARNERS, A survey of educational policy and provision

European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education: GIFTED LEARNERS A survey of educational policy and provision “When compared to the Eurydice report (2006), it seems to emerge that most countries [such as Austria, Belgium (French speaking community), Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, Malta, Slovenia, Spain and UK (Wales)] are now considering ‘giftedness’ not … Continue reading

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Link between depression and academic self-esteem in gifted children

PubMed: Link between depression and academic self-esteem in gifted children By Bénony H, et al. Abstract “INTRODUCTION: Studies of the psychology of gifted children frequently refer to their relatively immature affective development in terms of their intellectual capacities and the relational difficulties they experience with regard to their peers, teachers, close acquaintances and sometimes their … Continue reading

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Misperceptions About Giftedness Diagnosis of ADHD and Other Disorders

Gifted Resource Center of New England: Misperceptions About Giftedness Diagnosis of ADHD and Other Disorders by Deirdre V. Lovecky, Ph.D. “This article was written as an attempt to counter various misconceptions about gifted children, and the likelihood of being diagnosed with a mental health disorder. There is a lot of information passed on through books, … Continue reading

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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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The Challenge of Identifying Gifted/Learning Disabled Students

International Journal of Gifted Education: The Challenge of Identifying Gifted/Learning Disabled Students By Linda A. Krochak and Thomas G Ryan “The following contemporary review illuminates several of the “best methods” to accurately identify gifted/learning disabled (GLD) students. Explanations which clearly define what it means to be gifted, learning disabled (LD) and gifted/learning disabled (GLD) are … Continue reading

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Differential Brain Development with Low and High IQ in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

NCBI: Differential Brain Development with Low and High IQ in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Grainne M. McAlonan, Editor “Abstract Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and intelligence (IQ) are both heritable phenotypes. Overlapping genetic effects have been suggested to influence both, with neuroimaging work suggesting similar overlap in terms of morphometric properties of the brain. Together, this evidence suggests that … 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