Staff rooms would disagree about how to identify the gifted and talented
and some felt formalising it was an unhelpful process.
The final section focuses on curriculum for talented
youth, the special counseling needs of this population, and ends with a look at special populations within the larger population of gifted and talented
For the purpose of this study a distinction was drawn between the teaching of music to academically gifted and talented
students, and the teaching of musically gifted and talented
If you are lucky, your district uses a combination of standardized test scores, IQ/ability test scores, teacher input, and a portfolio of student work to identify gifted and talented
Among other things, the report claims the Talented
20 fails to guarantee admission to the top students in Florida's state schools, like the Texas program does.
The intellectual or cognitive development of gifted and talented
children often progresses more rapidly than their social, emotional, and physical development, a phenomenon called asynchrony (Silverman, 2002).
Ruf explains how and why extremely highly talented
students are ignored, attributing some of these oversights to behavior screens, such as ADHD and the need for medication that may hinder the development of intelligences.
Damage from this column could be significant unless individuals--parents and educators--speak out on behalf of children who are gifted and talented
. Inflammatory comments and opinions without support should be ignored.
Gifted and talented
students in particular are in a position to apply their superior abilities to the learning of a second language.
teachers are so recognized--and paid according to their effectiveness--there is no reason not to compensate them a lot better than they are today.
employees and efficient processes organize around these ideas, leading to unprecedented innovation.
Out of all the talented
, no so talented
, and in-between, they couldn't get one guy to wear some Dickies gear and do a real trick on some real tranny?