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Chan, Lai Kwan; Chan, David W.; Sun, Xiaoyan – Gifted Education International, 2020
The development and implementation of regular Spring, Summer, and Winter Gifted Enrichment Programs, Gifted Students Exchange Programs, and the Gifted Peer Mentoring Scheme provided by the Program for the Gifted and Talented (PGT) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for gifted and talented students are briefly described. PGT also conducts…
Descriptors: Gifted, Program Evaluation, Teaching Methods, College Students
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Chen, Wei-Ren; Chen, Mei-Fang – Gifted Education International, 2020
The ultimate goal of gifted education programs is to cultivate students' competences through challenging, enriching, and engaging opportunities for talent development. The purpose of this review is to present two main approaches of enrichment programs for gifted learners in Taiwan: the programs following the law and the alternative programs…
Descriptors: Program Evaluation, Gifted, Talent, Talent Development
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Yu, Chien-Hong; Kuo, Ching-Chih; Chen, Yen-Wei; Chu, Chien-Chi – Gifted Education International, 2020
The Bright Mind Project, sponsored by Morgan Stanley Taiwan and Chinese Association of Gifted Education, was launched in 2004 and ended in 2018. With scholarships, living subsidies, enrichment courses, and counseling provided, this project was tailored for gifted senior high students of socioeconomically disadvantaged families in Taiwan. After the…
Descriptors: Program Descriptions, Academic Achievement, Foreign Countries, Gifted
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Tan, Liang See; Ponnusamy, Letchmi Devi; Lee, Shu Shing; Koh, Elizabeth; Koh, Lauren; Tan, Jing Yi; Tan, Keith Chiu Kian; Chia, Terence Titus Song An – Gifted Education International, 2020
A common pedagogical approach to foster creativity and develop talents among gifted students is after-school enrichment programs. However, in practice, there are several issues concerning the conceptualization and implementation of such programs. Since these enrichment programs are typically not part of the core curriculum and scheduled outside…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Gifted Education, Secondary School Students, After School Programs
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Shamas, Victor; Maker, June – Gifted Education International, 2018
Based on a unique approach to creativity presented in a revolutionary new book, "Deep Creativity," the authors introduce important, often-ignored processes and aspects of processes that are important to both learning and creativity. They focus on the qualities of "thoughtfulness," which is complete receptivity to all possible…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Creativity, Play, Learning Processes
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Ogurlu, Üzeyir; Sevgi-Yalin, Hatun; Yavuz-Birben, Fazilet – Gifted Education International, 2018
This study aimed to examine the relationship between social-emotional learning skills and perceived social support of gifted students. Based on this relationship, the authors also examined to what extent social and emotional learning skills were predictive of social support. In addition, gender variables were compared in social and emotional…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Social Support Groups, Gifted
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Batterjee, Adel A. – Gifted Education International, 2016
Researchers have struggled for decades to determine whether ability grouping is helpful or harmful; however, study findings have been inconsistent. To assess the effect of grouping and program type on scholastic and affective outcomes, three grouping types (gifted separate-class enrichment, pull-out gifted enrichment, and no enrichment), three…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education, Males, Academically Gifted
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Shaughnessy, Michael F.; Ruf, Deborah – Gifted Education International, 2015
This article is an interview with award-winning author and gifted children consultant, Deborah Ruf, PhD. In the interview, Ruf emphasizes the importance of parental planning for gifted children's growth and development. She speaks to children's social, emotional, and cognitive abilities and needs as factors in developing a balanced plan.…
Descriptors: Gifted, Parenting Styles, Student Needs, Authors
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Hernández-Torrano, Daniel; Saranli, Adile Gulsah – Gifted Education International, 2015
Gifted education and talent development are considered today as key elements for developing human capital and increasing competitiveness within education and the economy. Within this framework, a growing number of countries have begun to invest large amounts of resources to discover and nurture their most able students. As boundaries and…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Gifted, Models, Talent Development
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Hymer, Barry; Watkins, Chris; Dawson, Elizabeth; Buxton, Ruth – Gifted Education International, 2015
The researchers examined transcripts of comments made and dialogues engaged in by children, teachers and student teaching assistants during a 10-week enrichment programme for gifted and talented children aged 7-9 years. Attempts were made to match these utterances with the programme's aims and aspirations as expressed in a promotional document.…
Descriptors: Enrichment Activities, Gifted, Transcripts (Written Records), Discourse Analysis
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Renzulli, Joe; Reis, Sally; Shaughnessy, Michael F – Gifted Education International, 2014
In this reflective conversation, Dr. Joe Renzulli and Dr. Sally Reis respond to questions about the newly developed Renzulli Learning System. They discuss the system in light of the Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) and provide information regarding its use with curriculum compacting and Renzulli's "Three Ring Conceptualization of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Academically Gifted, Curriculum Development, Internet
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Houghton, Chris – Gifted Education International, 2014
The study was conducted during the Easter holidays of 2010 at Rawmarsh City Learning Centre with 16 students from school years 8 to 11 who had participated, during their infant years, in a gifted and talented Key Stage One Enrichment Cluster. The students represented a wide range of backgrounds, and five were identified as being on the autistic…
Descriptors: Gifted, Secondary School Students, Talent, Enrichment Activities
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Renzulli, Joseph S.; Reis, Sally M. – Gifted Education International, 2012
Remarkable advances in instructional communication technology (ICT) have now made it possible to provide high levels of enrichment services to students online. This paper describes an Internet-based enrichment program based on a high-end learning theory that focuses on the development of creative productivity through the "application" of knowledge…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Gifted, Enrichment Activities, Enrichment
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Gubbins, E. Jean – Gifted Education International, 2010
Three decades ago, Dr. Joseph S. Renzulli reflected on the state of the art in gifted and talented programs. His work in schools and his evaluation of existing programs made it patently clear it was time to review existing definitions of gifted and talented students and to develop defensible programs for the gifted and talented. The result was the…
Descriptors: Gifted, Enrichment Activities, Talent, Reflective Teaching
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Beecher, Margaret – Gifted Education International, 2010
This article summarizes how the components of the Schoolwide Enrichment Model were used to dramatically reduce the achievement gap in a school with a high at-risk student population. The theories of enrichment and instructional differentiation replaced an existing remedial paradigm and a strength-based methodology was embraced by the school…
Descriptors: Gifted, Educational Change, Models, Academic Achievement
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