Creating special interest programs for gifted youth
- Gifted Children. Panov, V.I. // Russian Education & Society;Oct2002, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p52
Focuses on the changes in the education of gifted children in Russia. Reforms in the system of education; Identification, teaching and development of gifted children.
- Meeting the needs of gifted and talented preschoolers. Foster, Suzanne M. // Children Today;1993, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p28
Deals with gifted preschool children and ponders how teachers can help these children develop their potential. Shortage of programs for these children in the United States; Verbal abilities of gifted preschoolers; The need for play; Suggested themes for thematic units; Activities for gifted...
- Goodbye gifted education. Shields, Charles J. // Curriculum Review;Feb94, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p3
Discusses various aspects on gifted education in the United States. Increased employment demand in the gifted education sector; Views of gifted school officials on the trends in gifted education; Reforms in the education of gifted children; Potential in the education sector.
- Chinese gifted teenage university program. Liu, Jing-giu; Barnhart, Ruth // Journal of Special Education;Summer96, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p204
Examines the initiation, improvement and expansion of a teenage university program developed by Chinese educators. Historical review of the program; Methods employed in identifying the gifted; Individual development of the students.
- Questioning TECHNIQUES in the Gifted Classroom. Shaunessy, Elizabeth // Gifted Child Today;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p14
Explores questioning strategies used to encourage purposeful inquiry and stimulate creative development among gifted children. Ways to gauge teachers' proficiency and target areas for growth as questioners; Types of questions used to stimulate creative, critical and higher level of thinking;...
- Mentoring. Bisland, Amy // Gifted Child Today;Fall2001, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p22
Focuses on the importance of mentoring as an educational alternative for gifted students. Concept of mentoring; Guide in the implementation of mentoring program; Significance of mentoring on the personal growth of gifted children.
- Concepts of inclusion in gifted education. Culross, Rita R. // Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p24
Focuses on the concepts of inclusion in gifted education and provides guidelines for teachers and administrators for serving gifted students in the United States. Factors to consider in evaluation of service to gifted education; Distinction of gifted and special education; Effects of the gifted...
- The miseducation of our gifted children. Winner, Ellen // Education Week;10/16/96, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p44
Opinion. Focuses on the failure of schools to fully educate gifted children. Difference between moderately and profoundly gifted children; Pull-out enrichment classes; Ability groupings.
- Gifted children. // Town & Country;Oct84, Vol. 138 Issue 5053, p231
After a period when brilliance was out of fashion, there is a new awareness that gifted children need special attention. New programs go beyond pure academics to encourage exceptional creativity, physical ability and leadership as well.
- Gifted and grouping. Bracey, Gerald W. // Phi Delta Kappan;Oct92, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p181
Discusses the controversy about grouping and acceleration for students labeled `gifted and talented.' Articles cited from 1992 issue of the `Gifted Child Quarterly'; Plenty of room for misinterpretation; Homogenizing effects of Japanese education viewed with horror.