ERIC Number: EJ1049830
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-Jan
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A Reflective Conversation with Steven Pfeiffer: Serving the Gifted
Pfeiffer, Steven; Shaughnessy, Michael F.
Gifted Education International, v31 n1 p25-33 Jan 2015
The gifted remain an often misunderstood and underserved population. In this interview, Dr. Pfeiffer discusses these concerns and provides practitioners with timely information on who exactly the gifted are and the various ways in which they are unique. In this reflective conversation, Dr. Pfeiffer, a noted authority on gifted and talented students, explores practical, evidence-based techniques and guidelines for working with the gifted, their teachers, and their families. He responds to questions about how best to assist the gifted population in various realms, including home, school, and interpersonal relationships.
Descriptors: Gifted, Evidence, Guidelines, Educational Practices, Authors, Psychoeducational Methods, Faculty Development, Best Practices, Ability Identification, Student Characteristics, Cultural Differences, Racial Differences, Ethnic Diversity, Art Education, Music Education, Special Needs Students, Educational Resources, Misconceptions, Student Evaluation, Counseling Services, Counselor Training, Enrichment, Acceleration (Education), Mentors, Interviews
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