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The Diet Cola Test was designed as a process assessment of science aptitude. Investigations of the instrument's reliability and validity for that purpose led to the conclusion that the data did not support the use of the instrument for making decisions about aptitude for individual students....
A survey form that assesses components of attitude thought to be relevant to success in a program for mathematically talented youth was administered to program participants on four occasions over a 2-year period. The reliabilities of the attitude scales and the pattem of correlations among the...
Computer-based education makes it possible for gifted and talented middle school and early high school students to complete advanced courses in mathematics and physics several years before they would nocinally do so Since the fall of 1990, three such groups of students at the Education Program...
This article describes the findings of a review of existing K-8 science curriculum materials that was carried out under the National Science Curriculum Project for High-Ability Learners. Twenty-seven sets of materials were reviewed using criteria developed and refined by project staff. The...
Gifted/talented high school students completed the Mathematical Self-Efficacy Scale, an instrument developed by Betz and Hackett (1983). Items in the scale asked the students to indicate their degree of confidence regarding successful completion of everyday mathematics tasks, number sequences,...
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