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ERIC Number: ED001710
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961
Pages: 94
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RESEARCH ON THE ACADEMICALLY TALENTED STUDENT.
ANDERSON, KENNETH E.; AND OTHERS
RESEARCH EXAMPLES ARE REVIEWED AS ILLUSTRATIVE OF SOUND PROCEDURE AND RECOMMENDED TECHNIQUE. BASIC ASSUMPTIONS AND PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS ARE SUGGESTED WITH RESPECT TO DESIGN, A VARIETY OF PROCEDURES, AND EVALUATION OF DATA. SPECIFIC GUIDELINES FOR ENGAGING IN RESEARCH AS WELL AS PROPER INTERPRETATION OF COMPLETED RESEARCH ARE LISTED. RESEARCH ARISES OUT OF FELT NEEDS ON THE PART OF SOME GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL. IT CAN BE DIRECTED TOWARD FINDING THE ANSWERS TO SPECIFIC IMMEDIATE QUESTIONS ON THE PART OF A SINGLE TEACHER, OR IT CAN BE A LONG TERM, COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGATION INVOLVING THE WHOLE SCHOOL DISTRICT. RESEARCH ON THE ACADEMICALLY TALENTED CAN BE IN THE AREAS OF EXPANDED DEFINITION, CREATIVITY, NONINTELLECTUAL FACTORS OF INTELLIGENCE, PROGRAMING, DIFFERENTIAL CURRICULUM, GUIDANCE, TEACHING, OR ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES. SINCE IT IS VITAL THAT SCHOOL RESEARCH SHOULD NOT OUTRUN ITS PUBLIC, IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THERE BE INCREASED INTEREST IN RESEARCH, PARTICIPATION ON THE PART OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL, AND INCREASED AND MULTIPLIED COOPERATION AND INTERACTION BETWEEN THE PUBLIC, SCHOOL PERSONNEL, AND RESEARCH AGENCIES.
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA