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Critical Issues and Practices in Gifted Education, 2E: What the Research Says / Edition 2
     

Critical Issues and Practices in Gifted Education, 2E: What the Research Says / Edition 2

by Jonathan Plucker
 

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ISBN-10: 1618210955

ISBN-13: 9781618210951

Pub. Date: 10/15/2013

Publisher: Sourcebooks

Critical Issues and Practices in Gifted Education: What the Research Says is the definitive reference book for those searching for a summary and evaluation of the literature on giftedness, gifted education, and talent development. The book presents more than 50 summaries of important topics in the field, providing relevant research and a guide to how the

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Critical Issues and Practices in Gifted Education: What the Research Says is the definitive reference book for those searching for a summary and evaluation of the literature on giftedness, gifted education, and talent development. The book presents more than 50 summaries of important topics in the field, providing relevant research and a guide to how the research applies to gifted education and the lives of gifted children. This second edition updates every topic with new research and introduces several critically important topics such as cluster grouping, Response to Intervention, programming standards, the Common Core State Standards, educational leadership, and legal issues. This book provides an objective assessment of the available knowledge on each topic, offers guidance in the application of the research, and suggests areas of needed research.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781618210951
Publisher:
Sourcebooks
Publication date:
10/15/2013
Edition description:
Revised
Pages:
800
Product dimensions:
7.10(w) x 10.10(h) x 2.10(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements xi

Introduction Jonathan A. Plucker Carolyn M. Callahan 1

Chapter 1 Academic Competitions Stuart N. Omdal M. R. E. Richards 5

Chapter 2 Acceleration Susan G. Assouline Maureen Marron Nicholas Colangelo 15

Chapter 3 Administrative Leadership in Gifted Education Tarek C. Grantham Kristina H. Collins Kenneth T. Dickson 29

Chapter 4 Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Programs Holly Hertberg-Davis Carolyn M. Callahan 47

Chapter 5 Advocacy Julia Link Roberts 65

Chapter 6 Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Giftedness Jordan L. Wade Ronald E. Reeve 77

Chapter 7 Bullying Jean Sunde Peterson 95

Chapter 8 Cluster Grouping Marcia Gentry 109

Chapter 9 Cognitive Characteristics of the Gifted Tanya Chichekian Bruce M. Shore 119

Chapter 10 College Programming for Gifted Students Anne N. Rinn 133

Chapter 11 Conceptions of Giftedness Tracy Missett Kim McCormick 143

Chapter 12 Counseling Gifted and Talented Students Susan G. Assouline Nicholas Colangelo Nanseol Heo 159

Chapter 13 Creativity: Definitions and Conceptualizations Qin Li James C. Kaufman 173

Chapter 14 Creativity: Development and Enhancement Ronald A. Beghetto 183

Chapter 15 Differentiated Instruction Carol Ann Tomlinson 197

Chapter 16 Early Childhood Education Nancy B. Hertzog 211

Chapter 17 Enrichment E. Jean Gubbins 223

Chapter 18 Ethnically Diverse Students Frank C. Worrell 237

Chapter 19 Excellence Gaps Nathan Burroughs Jonathan Plucker 255

Chapter 20 Gender Issues Carolyn M. Callahan Thomas P. Hébert 267

Chapter 21 Gifted Programming Standards Susan K. Johnsen 281

Chapter 22 Gifted Rural Students Amy Price Azano 297

Chapter 23 Highly Gifted Students Jae Yup Jung Miraca U. M. Gross 305

Chapter 24 Homeschooling Gifted Children Robert Kunzman 315

Chapter 25 Identification of Gifted Students James H. Borland 323

Chapter 26 Intelligences Outside the Normal Curve Joseph S. Renzulli Stephanie L. D'Souza 343

Chapter 27 Legal Issues in Gifted Education Stephanie Klupinski Bryan Rothenberg Nicholas Uzl 363

Chapter 28 Matching Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for the Gifted Joyce VanTassel-Baska 377

Chapter 29 Mathematics Gifted Education M. Katherine Gavin Jill L. Adelson 387

Chapter 30 Mentors and Mentorships Carolyn M. Callahan Robin Kyburg Dickson 413

Chapter 31 Motivation and Goals Pamela R. Clinkenbeard 427

Chapter 32 Musical Giftedness Katherine D. Strand Brent M. Gault 439

Chapter 33 Neural Bases of Giftedness Sharlene D. Newman Evie Malaia 451

Chapter 34 Nonverbal Assessment and Identification Kristofor Wiley Marguerite M. Brunner 465

Chapter 35 Parenting Jennifer L. Jolly Michael S. Matthews 481

Chapter 36 Personal Talent Theory and High-Ability Youth Sidney M. Moon 493

Chapter 37 Professional Development for Novice and Experienced Teachers E. Jean Gubbins 505

Chapter 38 Reading and Talented Readers Sally M. Reis 519

Chapter 39 RtI as a Framework for Meeting the Needs of Gifted Learners Mary Ruth Coleman 533

Chapter 40 School Choice Matthew C. Makel Jonathan A. Plucker 545

Chapter 41 Science Cheryll M. Adams Rebecca L. Pierce 553

Chapter 42 Self-Concept and the Gifted Michael S. Matthews 567

Chapter 43 Service Delivery Models Stephen T. Schroth 577

Chapter 44 Social and Emotional Traits of Gifted Youth Kristofor Wiley Thomas P. Hébert 593

Chapter 45 Social Studies and Gifted Learners Jessica A. Hockett 609

Chapter 46 Special Schools for the Gifted Matthew T. McBee Samantha Fields 623

Chapter 47 Talent Search Paula Olszewski-Kubilius Dana Thomson 633

Chapter 48 Teacher Characteristics and High-Ability Learners Ann Robinson 645

Chapter 49 Thinking and Learning Styles David Yun Dai 659

Chapter 50 Twice-Exceptional Learners M. Layne Kalbfleisch 671

Chapter 51 Underachievers D. Betsy McCoach Del Siegle 691

Chapter 52 Using Technology to Support the Unique Needs of Gifted Learners Thomas Brush Krista Glazewski Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich Jamie Baker 707

Chapter 53 Visual and Performing Arts Talent Development Jane Piirto 723

About the Editors 735

About the Authors 737

Index 759

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