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ERIC Number: ED230847
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Pages: 328
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Parenting, Teaching, Counseling, Gifted and Talented. GIFTS Anniversary Symposium.
Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Guidance Inst. for Talented Students.
This collection of papers for school personnel and families who deal with gifted and talented children addresses teaching and counseling strategies as well as the role of the family in educating these children. "Instructional Strategies for the Gifted and Talented," by Donna Rae Clasen, emphasizes questioning as an instructional strategy. "Using Children's Books for Creative and Cognitive Development," by Robin Deutsch, discusses bibliotherapy. "Vocational Expression of Human Talent," by Philip A. Perrone and Dennis H. Van Den Heuvel, analyzes the characteristics of talented persons and their career development processes. Other titles are: "Creativity: A Multifaceted Phenomena," by Linda S. Lingemann and David H. Stong; "Understanding and Educating the Right Hemisphere," by James L. Lee and Charles J. Pulvino; "Sensitizing Ourselves to the Unique Concerns of the Culturally Different Gifted Child," by Karol L. Jensen and Angela E. Hope; "Parents--The Prime Resource: Support Groups of the Gifted and Talented," by John H. Pribyl and Sally A. Schlack; "Networking and Mentoring: Resources for the Gifted and Talented," by Dan R. Seabold; "Gifted and Talented: Why They Think, Feel and Act So Excitingly Different," by Dennis H. Van Den Heuvel and Donald M. Callahan; "Meeting the Educational Needs of the Athletically Gifted Student," by Mary Weaver-Grefe and Linda R. Sanders; "Group Counseling: Creating a Gifted and Talented Peer Community," by Marilyn D. Ritholz; "A Model of Family Functioning: Families with Gifted and Talented Children," by John H. Pribyl; and "Sex Roles as They Affect Talented Students' Career Development," by Dorothy J. Tysse. A biographical sketch of each author is included. (AG)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Guidance Inst. for Talented Students.