Synopses & Reviews
Focuses on weaving gifted education into every aspect of the curriculum, for every child. Dedicated to helping teachers identify and plan for gifted children from special populations, including children with disabilities, minorities, the learning disabled, preschoolers, the exceptionally gifted, gifted females and underachievers. Examines how teachers can help these students reach their potential.
Focuses on weaving gifted education into every aspect of the curriculum, for every child.
Table of Contents
I. BACKGROUND FOR CHANGING THE PRESENT EDUCATIONAL PARADIGM. 1. Failure to Meet the Needs of Gifted Children.
2. Applications of Multiple Intelligence Theory to the Curriculum.
II. TWICE EXCEPTIONAL: GIFTED CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES. 3. Students with Intellectual Giftedness and Physical Disabilities.
4. Gifted Children with Sensory Impairments.
5. Gifted Children with Learning Problems.
III. SPECIAL POPULATIONS OF GIFTED CHILDREN. 6. Gifted Children from Diverse Backgrounds.
7. Exceptionally Gifted Children.
8. Young Gifted Child.
9. Gifted Females.
IV. ISSUES AND CONCERNS: ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF STUDENTS WITH EXCEPTIONAL ABILITIES IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. 10. Social and Emotional Concerns and Underachievement.
11. Reconceptualizing Gifted Education: Creating an Inclusive Community of All Learners.