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Handbook of Giftedness in Children [electronic resource] : Psycho-educational Theory, Research, and Best Practices

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780387743998Publication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9780387744018
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of Giftedness in Children : Psycho-educational Theory, Research, and Best PracticesDDC classification:
  • 371.9520973
LOC classification:
  • LC3993.2 .H36 2008
Online resources:
Contents:
Front Matter; Psychology, Psychologists, and Gifted Students; History of Giftedness: Perspectives from the Past Presage Modern Scholarship; The Social World of Gifted Children and Youth; The Role of the Family in Talent Development; Conceptions of Giftedness; Identification and Nurturing the Gifted from an International Perspective; Identifying and Providing Services to Twice Exceptional Children; Underachievement Syndrome: A Psychological Defensive Pattern; Assessment of Giftedness in School-Age Children Using Measures of Intelligence or Cognitive Abilities
Back Matter
Gifted Identification Beyond the IQ Test: Rating Scales and Other Assessment ProceduresClinical Practice with Gifted Families; Counseling the Gifted; Creativity; Gender and Giftedness; Recruiting and Retaining Underrepresented Gifted Students; Ethical and Professional Practice Issues in the Provision of Educational Services to Gifted Students; Helping Gifted and Talented Adolescents and Young Adults; Curriculum and Instructional Considerations in Programs for the Gifted; Giftedness in Nonacademic Domains; Applicable Federal and State Policy, Law, and Legal Considerations in Gifted Education
Summary: Mention ""special needs children,"" and most people think of students struggling to overcome learning and physical disabilities as well as problem behaviors that interfere with achieving full academic potential. But there is a hidden population of special needs children ??? the gifted and talented ??? and their teachers, parents, and other professionals are often not well equipped to respond to their unique academic and developmental needs. In one comprehensive resource, the Handbook of Giftedness in Children brings together leading experts from the fields of psychology and education, combinin
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Front Matter; Psychology, Psychologists, and Gifted Students; History of Giftedness: Perspectives from the Past Presage Modern Scholarship; The Social World of Gifted Children and Youth; The Role of the Family in Talent Development; Conceptions of Giftedness; Identification and Nurturing the Gifted from an International Perspective; Identifying and Providing Services to Twice Exceptional Children; Underachievement Syndrome: A Psychological Defensive Pattern; Assessment of Giftedness in School-Age Children Using Measures of Intelligence or Cognitive Abilities

Back Matter

Gifted Identification Beyond the IQ Test: Rating Scales and Other Assessment ProceduresClinical Practice with Gifted Families; Counseling the Gifted; Creativity; Gender and Giftedness; Recruiting and Retaining Underrepresented Gifted Students; Ethical and Professional Practice Issues in the Provision of Educational Services to Gifted Students; Helping Gifted and Talented Adolescents and Young Adults; Curriculum and Instructional Considerations in Programs for the Gifted; Giftedness in Nonacademic Domains; Applicable Federal and State Policy, Law, and Legal Considerations in Gifted Education

Mention ""special needs children,"" and most people think of students struggling to overcome learning and physical disabilities as well as problem behaviors that interfere with achieving full academic potential. But there is a hidden population of special needs children ??? the gifted and talented ??? and their teachers, parents, and other professionals are often not well equipped to respond to their unique academic and developmental needs. In one comprehensive resource, the Handbook of Giftedness in Children brings together leading experts from the fields of psychology and education, combinin