The Routledge International Companion to Gifted Education

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A guide to the new ideas and controversies that are informing gifted education discussion and policy-making around the world. It highlights strategies to support giftedness in children, providing ideas that work and weeding out those that don't. It is suitable for students and researchers alike.
Foreword by James H. Borland Authors' Biographies Introduction: Reflections on the road ahead Part I. Models, Definitions & Conceptual Challenges 1. Brightening Up: How Children Learn To Be Gifted, Guy Claxton & Sara Meadows 2. Neural Interconnectivity And Intellectual Creativity: Giftedness, Savants, And Learning Styles, John Geake 3. Making Connections: Cognition, Emotion, And A Shifting Paradigm, Dona J. Matthews & Christy Folsom 4. Giftedness: The Gift That Keeps On Giving, Dean Simonton 5. Talent Development: DMGT, Francoys Gagne 6. The Nature Of Creative Giftedness And Talent, Todd Lubart, Asta Georgsdottir & Maud Besancon 7. The Future Of The English Definition Of Giftedness, Thomas Balchin Part II. International Perspectives 8. Gifted Education From The German Perspective, Kurt Heller 9. Education Practices For Gifted Learners In France: An Overview, Pierre Vrignaud, Denis Bonora, & Annie Dreux 10. High Ability Education In Sweden: The Swedish Model, Edfeldt & Inger Wistedt 11. A Proposal For Gifted Education In Reluctant Schools: The Case Of The Greek School System, Elias Matsagouras & Evangelia Dougali 12. We Can Still Do This, Or Can We? The Russian System Of Educating And Promoting Talent In Mathematics And Science, Ida Jeltova, Konstantin Lukin & Elena L. Grigorenko 13. Russian Strategies For Talent Development: Stimulating Comfort And Discomfort, Victoria S. Yurkevich & Boris M. Davidovich 14. Gifted But Underachieving: Australian Indigenous Children, Graham M. Chaffey 15. Lay Conceptions Of Giftedness Among The Chinese People, David W. Chan Part III. Psychosocial Development 16. The Ethics Of Gifted Education - What Can We Learn From Medical Ethics? Annie Haight 17. Ethical Sensitivity And Giftedness, Kirsi Tirri 18. Morality And Giftedness, Joan Freeman 19. Emotional Intelligence: Re-Examining Some Preconceptions, Maria Dolores Prieto & Mercedes Ferrando 20. Too Long Neglected: Giftedness In Younger Children, Valsa Koshy 21. Teaching The Able Child ! Or Teaching The Child To Be Able? Jan Hughes 22. Global Success And Giftedness, Carmen Cretu 23. A Reconsideration Of The Widely Held Conviction That Gifted Students Prefer To Work Alone, Lisa R. French & Bruce M. Shore Part IV. Theory into Practice: Differentiation Strategies, Tools, and Approaches 24. A Computerized Strength Assessment And Internet-Based Enrichment Program For Developing Giftedness And Talents, Joseph Renzulli and Sally Reis 25. Acceleration: Meeting The Academic And Social Needs Of Students, Nicholas Colangelo & Susan Assouline 26. Recognising And Fostering Creative Production, Thomas Balchin 27. Programming For Talent Development: Expanding Horizons For Gifted Education, Donald Treffinger, Carole A. Nassab & Edwin C. Selby 28. Special Educational Needs And Dual Exceptionality, Diane Montgomery 29. Visual Thinking: A Gifted Boy With Asperger Syndrome, Wieslawa Limont 30. Challenge And Creativity: Making The Links, Helen Wilson 31. Educating For Enquiry: Personalising Learning Through Dialogic Teaching, Robert Fisher Part V. Expanding Horizons: Supporting Gifted Development More Broadly 32. Wisdom, Intelligence, Creativity, Synthesised: A Model Of Giftedness, Robert Sternberg 33. Fostering Giftedness In Urban And Diverse Communities: Context-Sensitive Solutions, Ian Warwick & Dona Matthews 34. The Role Of Gifted Education In Promoting Cultural Diversity, Joyce VanTassel-Baska 35. Developing Pupils' Problem-Solving And Thinking Skills, Belle Wallace 36. Creating Inclusive And Inclusional Understandings Of Gifts And Talents Through Living Educational Theory Research, Marie Huxtable 37. Beyond Compare? Thoughts Towards An Inclusional, Fluid, And Non-Normative Understanding Of Giftedness, Barry J. Hymer 38. Self-Theories And Lessons For Giftedness: A Reflective Conversation, Carol S. Dweck 39. Turning Points And Future Directions In Gifted Education And Talent Development, Sally M. Reis
A groundbreaking collection of fully referenced chapters written by many of the most highly-respected authorities on the subject from around the world.
Editiert von: Tom Balchin, Barry Hymer
Brunel University, UK Education Consultant, UK City University of New York, USA
Autor: Tom Balchin
ISBN-13:: 9780415461375
ISBN: 0415461375
Erscheinungsjahr: 25.09.2008
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Gewicht: 700g
Seiten: 400
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 247x174x32 mm, 9 black & white tables