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ERIC Number: ED142008
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Apr
Pages: 49
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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Educational Acceleration of Intellectually Talented Youths: Prolonged Discussion by a Varied Group of Professionals.
Provided are 17 papers presented at the American Educational Research Association's (AERA) 1977 Symposium on Educational Acceleration of Intellectually Talented Youths. Following introductory comments by H. James are entries with the following titles and authors: "Educational Acceleration of Intellectually Talented Youths--The Gifted and the Creative: Acceleration or Enrichment?" (R. Havighurst); "Acceleration--Simplistic Gimmickry" (M. Gold); "A.E.R.A. Sumposium on Intellectually Talented Youth" (H. Robinson, et al.); "Educational Acceleration of Intellectually Talented Youths" (S. Daurio); "Selection of Appropriate Criteria and Comparison Groups for Use in the Evaluation of Educational Provisions for the Gifted and Talented" (A. Branch); "Acceleration--A Varied Approach" (E. Kearney); "Acceleration and Enrichment for the Gifted in New York City Public Schools" (V. Ehrlich); "A Possible Economic Correlation of Acceleration for the Individual and for Society" (D. Jackson); "Super Students, Average Schools" (S. Anderson); "Acceleration and the Excellent Mathematical Reasoner" (W. George); "Sexism, Democracy, and the Acceleration Versus Enrichment Controversy" (L. Fox); "The Acceleration/Enrichment Debate--Basic Issues" (D. Keating); "Educational Acceleration of Intellectually Talented Youths--The Mathematical and Physical Sciences" (E. Gibb); "Some Reflections on the Acceleration-Enrichment Controversy" (A. Anastasi); "Brief Paper for Symposium on the Educational Acceleration of Intellectually Talented Youth" (J. Stark); and "Acceleration Versus Enrichment--The Tenth Rule of Three Cubed" (A. Kurtz). (SBH)
Albert K. Kurtz, 1810 Ivy Lane, Winter Park, Florida 32792 (Author's paper only, $0.25 each, $2.00 per dozen)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Papers presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (New York, New York, April, 1977)