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ERIC Number: ED352782
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 460
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ISBN: ISBN-0-89079-549-5
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Critical Issues in Gifted Education: Programs for the Gifted in Regular Classrooms. Volume III.
Maker, C. June, Ed.
This book presents 29 papers addressing critical issues in the education of the gifted. Papers have the following titles and authors: "Education of the Gifted and the Excellence-Equity Debate: Lessons from History" (Thomas R. McDaniel); "Comments on McDaniel's 'Education of the Gifted and the Excellence-Equity Debate'" (James J. Gallagher); "Teacher Assistance Teams: Implications for the Gifted" (James C. Chalfant and Margaret Van Dusen Pysh); "Critique of the Teacher Assistance Teams Chapter by Chalfant and Van Dusen Pysh" (Barbara W. Moller); "A Program Option for Advanced Learners" (Sharon K. Hooker); "A Reaction to Local Program Development as a Disjointed Enterprise" (Joyce VanTassel-Baska); "The Use of the Demonstration Teaching Model in Education of the Gifted" (Marilyn A. Rice) "Demonstration Teaching Another View" (Janice R. Szabos); "Becoming Content with Content" (Roger Shanley); "Becoming Content with Content: A Critical Analysis" (Gloria Grotjan); "Process Differentiation for Gifted Learners in the Regular Classroom: Teaching to Everyone's Needs" (Hilda Rosselli); "A Critique of Rosselli's 'Process Differentiation': Beyond Models" (Diane Orzechowski-Harland); "Differentiating Products for the Gifted and Talented: The Encouragement of Independent Learning" (Sally M. Reis and Gina D. Schack); "Critique of Reis and Schack's 'Differentiating Products for the Gifted and Talented'" (Sandy Lethem); "Differentiating the Learning Environment for Gifted Students" (Shirley W. Schiever); "Creating and Maintaining a Responsive Environment for Gifted Students" (Dorothy A. Sisk); "Classroom Management: An Expanded View" (Janet Conroy); "Critique of Conroy's 'Classroom Management: An Expanded View'" (Mary Vuke); "Individualized Teaching of the Gifted in Regular Classrooms" (Hazel J. Feldhusen); "Critique of Feldhusen's 'Individualized Teaching of the Gifted in Regular Classrooms'" (Margie K. Kitano); "A Learning Center Approach to Individualized Instruction for Gifted Students" (Roseanne Lopez and Joy MacKenzie); "A Step-by-Step Plan for Developing Learning Centers" (Helen D. Follis); "Mentoring: Expanding Learning for Gifted Students" (Willima R. Nash et al.); "Response to 'Mentoring: Extending Learning for Gifted Students'" (Jody Batten and Jan Rogers); "High School Internship Program" (Jeannette A. Bodnar); "An Expanded View of Internships" (JoAnn B. Seghini); "Independent Study: Panacea or Palliative" (Frances D. Burns); "Reaction to 'Independent Study'" (Reva C. Friedman and Tom J. Gallagher); and "Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom: What Practices Are Defensible and Feasible" (C. June Maker). Most papers include references. (DB)
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Language: English
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