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ERIC Number: ED432076
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 147
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1040-1350
Understanding Our Gifted, 1997.
Goodman, Laura, Ed.
Understanding Our Gifted, v9 n1-4 Fall 1996-Sum 1997
This document consists of the four quarterly issues of the journal "Understanding Our Gifted" published during 1997. Each issue of this journal generally has a single theme in the education of gifted and talented children around which all the articles are focused. The themes of these four issues are, respectively, "Perfectionism,""Gifted Education and the Law,""Looking inside Giftedness," and "Learning Differences." Major articles are: "Life: We're In It for the Long Run" (Jim Delisle); "How To Select Educational Software" (Pat Melton); "Dealing with Perfectionism: Piaget's Dynamic Equilibrium" (LeoNora Cohen); "Perfectionism for the School Years into Adulthood: Continuing Challenges" (Sandra K. Howell); "The Perfectionist" (Monique Lloyd); "The Evolving Legal Framework in Gifted Education" (Frances A. Karnes and others); "Civil Rights for Gifted: The Emerging Role of the Office for Civil Rights" (Debra A. Troxclair); "Content Acceleration for High School Students: States-Supported Legislation" (Carol R. McCarthy); "Above & Beyond...The Legal Right To Be Educated" (Susan Winebrenner); "Homeschooling the Gifted...A Personal Introduction" (Deborah Haydock); "Gifted Children: The Heart of the Matter" (Jim Delisle); "The Pursuit of Quality: Advanced Education Program in Las Cruces Schools" (Sandra Lowry and Sara Norris); "When Children Come Home: The Process of DeSchooling" (Kathleen Schon); "Above & Beyond...The Interior World of Gifted Youngsters" (Susan Winebrenner); "Riddle Me This" (Priscilla Vail); "Reading Disorders and the Gifted Child" (Betsy Kutrumbos and Gerri Masson); "The Gifted/Syntopical Thinker" (Cal Roberts); "Creative Ventures...Happy Birthday, Cinderella" (Jerry Flack); and "Above and Beyond...Gifted Students Learn Differently from Age Peers" (Susan Winebrenner). (Some articles contain references.) (DB)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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Language: English
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