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Joseph Baker; Kathryn Johnston; Kevin Till – High Ability Studies, 2024
The word "talent" is used across many sport disciplines -- to describe an athlete's prowess (i.e. "he is talented"), as a term for what is sought after during assessment and selection (i.e. talent selection camps) or in reference to players to be developed (i.e. "a group of talents"). While the term has received…
Descriptors: Talent Identification, Athletes, Expertise, Definitions
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Matthew C. Makel; Scott J. Peters; Lindsay Ellis Lee; Tamra Stambaugh; Matthew T. McBee; D. Betsy McCoach; Kiana R. Johnson – Gifted Child Today, 2024
Finding all the "gifted" students who would benefit from a gifted and talented service is a perpetual concern. In this article, we focus on how to effectively implement multiple criteria in identification. First, we provide some broad background before introducing three different ways to combine multiple data points (AND, OR, and MEAN)…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Talent Identification, Gifted Education, Evaluation Criteria
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Yones Romiani; Saeed Farahbakhsh – Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 2024
Purpose: This study aimed to develop a model for identifying talented faculties in regional universities. Design/methodology/approach: In this study, the systematic grounded theory (GT) approach has been used. The research population consisted of academic and scientific experts of higher education system who had more knowledge about the subject of…
Descriptors: Talent Identification, College Faculty, Talent Development, Teacher Recruitment
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Alfa Simwanza; Asish Paul – Gifted and Talented International, 2023
This study aims to present an integrative review of research on the models used for identification and development of sports talent. It has two purposes: (1) to systematically analyze the models followed to identify and develop sports talent in the period of 2012-2021 and (2) to determine the model that is mostly followed in sports talent…
Descriptors: Athletics, Talent Identification, Models, Athletes
Casey Leone – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Educators, including teachers and administrators, have a responsibility to increase knowledge and achievement for all students. Gifted students who demonstrate increased abilities and proficiencies are often given less attention as schools continue to increase their focus on the lower quartile of students. To address this need, gifted programs are…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Talent Identification, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Policy
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David, Hanna – Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 2023
For many years there has been ongoing, lively debate about the use of the term "gifted" when referring to able, talented, and creative students, or students who have the potential to achieve at a high level. Pro-giftedness supporters who use the term appear to lean on the fact that the term "gifted" has been successfully used…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Vocabulary, Labeling (of Persons), Talent Identification
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Kelly, Adam L.; Jackson, Daniel T.; Barrell, Donald; Burke, Kate; Baker, Joseph – High Ability Studies, 2023
Relative age effects (RAEs) are independent of specific cutoff dates that can vary from country to country. However, the consequences of changing the selection cutoff dates within a national sport organization are unknown. Further, the transition from international youth to senior representation is yet to be explored in rugby union. Thus, the aims…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Team Sports, Athletes, Age
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Scott J. Peters; Matthew C. Makel; Lindsay Ellis Lee; Tamra Stambaugh; Matthew T. McBee; D. Betsy McCoach; Kiana R. Johnson – Gifted Child Today, 2024
Universal screening is one of the most-common topics and well-accepted best practices within the field of gifted and talented education. There appears to be little disagreement that universally screening all students as part of a gifted and talented identification process results in fewer missed students. But surprisingly, there is little guidance…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Talent Identification, Screening Tests, Test Validity
Inman, Tracy Ford – Prufrock Press, 2023
Get inspired, learn from others, and reflect on the joy of making a difference with "Educating the Gifted: Wisdom and Insights for Inspired Teaching." Covering topics such as identification, equity in access and opportunity, teacher growth, advocacy, and more, this book shares moments of joy, practical strategies, and effective tips for…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Gifted Education, Talent Identification, Equal Education
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Ambrose, Don – Gifted Education International, 2022
Theoretical and practical work in gifted education has been dominated by mechanistic precision in measurements designed to select students for gifted programs and guide them through their development. Too much faith in mechanistic precision can become a form of dogmatism that obscures very important, less-measurable dimensions of human ability.…
Descriptors: Gifted Education, Academically Gifted, Talent Identification, Definitions
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Cheek, Connor L.; Garcia, Jessica L.; Mehta, Paras D.; Francis, David J.; Grigorenko, Elena L. – Exceptional Children, 2023
Twice-exceptionality (2e), broadly defined as the co-occurrence of a gift or talent and a disability, has been a part of the educational lexicon since the 1990s, although its empirical backing is limited. We conducted a comprehensive review of the empirical literature on 2e and created a simulation study of 2e. For the latter, we constructed…
Descriptors: Gifted Disabled, Incidence, Students with Disabilities, Academically Gifted
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Anne Gray; Marcia Gentry – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2024
To what extent are Hispanic and Latinx students with gifts and talents proportionally identified? To what extent are they missing from identification (ID) due to lack of access or underidentification? This study used the Office of Civil Rights data for the years 2000, 2011-2012, 2013-2014, and 2015-2016 to investigate national and state…
Descriptors: Latin Americans, Hispanic American Students, Gifted, School Location
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Faber, Irene R.; Sloot, Lena; Hoogeveen, Lianne; Elferink-Gemser, Marije T.; Schorer, Jörg – High Ability Studies, 2022
This literature review provides an overview of the various modern approaches in talent programs for the context of schools and sports reported in scientific journals (2009-2019) and presents their similarities and differences and options for cross-pollination between contexts. This is a first attempt to overarch contexts regarding talent…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Talent Identification, Talent Development, Athletics
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Susan K. Johnsen – Gifted Child Today, 2024
The author provides a checklist for educators who are selecting technically adequate tests for identifying and referring students for gifted education services and programs. The checklist includes questions related to how the test was normed, reliability and validity studies as well as questions related to types of scores, administration, and…
Descriptors: Test Selection, Academically Gifted, Gifted Education, Test Validity
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Maria Sophie Schäfers; Claas Wegner – Global Education Review, 2024
Over the past decades, the demand for scientific research to link theory and practice so that innovative solutions can be developed through research has steadily increased (Klees & Tillmann, 2015; Sandoval & Bell, 2004). In this context, the design-based research (DBR) approach was developed, which examines the research object and the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Scientific Research, Theory Practice Relationship, Innovation
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