ERIC Number: EJ694784
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Jun
Reference Count: 11
The Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University: An Example of Replication and Reformation
High Ability Studies, v16 n1 p55-69 Jun 2005
This article describes implementation of the talent search model developed by Julian Stanley at the Center for Talent Development of Northwestern University. While remaining true to the basic components of the talent search, the talent center at Northwestern has emphasized using talent search as a means to influence programming in local schools for gifted students, research and development of various types of educational programs for talented children, the creation of an articulated set of programs leading to systematic development of abilities across childhood and adolescence, extensions into other domains of talent, such as leadership, and creating synergy for gifted education through collaboration and partnerships with other leaders in the Midwest.
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