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ERIC Number: ED346654
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 148
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Update on Gifted Education. Volume 1, 1991.
Update on Gifted Education, v1 n1-4 Spr-Win 1991
This document is the first volume of a projected quarterly publication designed to assure that the most current information, both on the latest research and on successful practices in the field of gifted education is made available to schools as quickly and efficiently as possible. The four issues of this volume contain the following articles: "Developing Defensible Identification Procedures" (Tommie Sue Anthony); "A Holistic Approach to the Identification of Gifted Youth" (Mary M. Keller); "Using Product Portfolios for Student Assessment for Gifted Programs" (Julie Duncan and Edie Dougherty); "Identification of Gifted/Talented Students: Questions and Answers" (Evelyn Hiatt and Jeanette Covington); "Developing Curriculum for Gifted/Talented" (James L. Coffey); "Multidisciplinary Programs at the Elementary Level" (Michele J. Riojas); "Developing Student Objectives That Are Differentiated for Gifted/Talented Students" (Judith L. Martin); "An Interdisciplinary Unit on Environmental Studies" (a unit based on a program developed by Tom Weldon and adapted for use in Texas schools by Betty Strickland); "Curriculum Development: Questions and Answers" (Evelyn Hiatt and Jeanette Covington); "Eliminating Four Barriers to the Identification of Gifted Minority Students" (Mary Frasier); "Gifted Learning Disabled Students: Questions and Answers" (Anne J. Udall); "The Bilingual Gifted: Viable Strategies for Effective Programming" (Mary T. Kolesinski); "An Update on the Javits Project: Identifying and Serving Disadvantaged Gifted Youth" (Evelyn L. Hiatt); "Identifying and Serving Diverse Populations: Questions and Answers" (Evelyn Hiatt and Jeanette Covington); "Evaluating Programs for the Gifted" (Carolyn M. Callahan); "Issues Related to Grouping and Gifted Education" (Kathy Hargrove); "Thematic-Based Curriculum: The Key to Connected Learning" (Violet Henney and Nora Woods); "Elements of a Quality Staff Development Program" (Susan Johnsen); "Developing a Scope and Sequence for Gifted/Talented Education" (G. Wayne Craigen and Adelle McClendon); and "Questions and Answers: Administrative Issues" (Evelyn Hiatt and Jeanette Covington). (DB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Texas Education Agency, Austin. Div. of Gifted/Talented Education.
Identifiers - Location: Texas