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ERIC Number: ED196204
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1924-Feb
Pages: 442
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
The Twenty-Third Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. Part I. Report of the Society's Committee on the Education of Gifted Children.
Whipple, Guy M., Ed.
The document contains approximately 30 author contributed chapters and papers on the education for and research prior to 1924 on gifted students. Section I contains general reports and summaries; while Section II focuses on special studies on the areas of the physical and mental traits, educational achievements, case studies, physical condition and growth, attainments, attainments of the gifted in speical classes as compared to those in ordinary classes, careers of accelerated children, and gifted children in the high school. Among entries are the following titles and authors: "Methods of Selecting Superior or Gifted Children" (B. Baldwin); "Some Administrative Phases in the Education of Gifted Children" (L. Smith); "The Curriculum for Gifted Children" (H. Rugg); "The Physical and Mental Traits of Gifted Children" (L. Terman); "The Attainments of Gifted Children under Individual Instruction" (C. Washburne); "Some Attainments of Gifted Children in Segregated Classes at Louisville" (M. Patrick); "A Study of the Results of Homogeneous Grouping of Abilities in High School Classes" (R. Cook); "A Study of the Effects of Classification by Intelligence Tests" (E. Moyer); "The Administration of the Superior Students in the University of Chicago High School" (W. Reavis); and "Providing for Superior Students in the Social Studies" (H. Hill). A final section contains an annotated bibliography (453 references) on gifted children and their education by T. Henry. Also provided is information about the National Society for the Study of Education. (SBH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Society for the Study of Education, Chicago, IL.