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Four basic tenets must be kept in mind regarding curricular decisions for young gifted children. These tenets govern the direction that curriculum for them may take and the manner in which educators interact with these children. First, young gifted children have special learning needs. They...
This study assessed the status of goat development for elementary school gifted programs as perceived by national leaders in gifted education, administrators, teachers, and parents of gifted students. Opinion was sought using the Delphi technique, a method for obtaining reliable group consensus...
Professionals interested in gifted/learning disabled students have found that these students have educational needs different from those of their learning disabled peers with average ability. This article describes and evaluates a pilot enrichment program designed to meet their needs. Seven...
Statistics concerning background characteristics of a remarkable group of 292 youths who reason extremely well mathematically are presented. Identified initially at age 12 or less, they reside all over the United States and in two foreign countries. The sex ratio is 12 boys per 1 girl. The group...
The results of studies of precocious reading ability are reviewed, and the implications of these results for parents, teachers, and educational policy makers are discussed. Precocious reading ability is a complex skill, and levels of specific subskills vary widely among individuals. Although...
The present study investigated ability perceptions of 29 intellectually gifted students in the mainstream and 71 average achievers. The Perception of Ability Scale for Students (PASS: formerly the Student's Perception of Ability Scale) was used to assess ability perceptions on three occasions...
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