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Heuser, Brian L.; Wang, Ke; Shahid, Salman – Global Education Review, 2017
We examine recent research across countries and cultures in regard to the issues related to the formation of gifted and talented education perspectives, policies, and practices. Many modern cultures and subcultures have developed formal and informal definitions of what it means to be gifted and talented, and when we compare the perceptions,…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Gifted, Special Education, Educational Policy
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Brown, Elissa F.; Wishney, Leigh R. – Global Education Review, 2017
Divisive rhetoric and heated political discourse surround the identification and education of gifted students and lead to opposing philosophical issues of egalitarianism versus elitism. Researchers have long chronicled the ambivalence in the United States over the concepts of giftedness and intellectual talent (Benbow & Stanley, 1996; see also…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Excellence in Education, Gifted, Political Influences
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Fu, Tian – Global Education Review, 2017
Today it is accepted that the development of gifted and talented children is important to enable a nation to compete successfully. In China, though the estimated number of gifted children reaches 20 million (Chu, 2012), gifted education has seldom received sufficient support. The objections to gifted education always suppress suggestions that…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Gifted, Correlation, Foreign Countries
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Wright, Brian L.; Ford, Donna Y.; Young, Jemimah L. – Global Education Review, 2017
Lack of access to gifted education is prevalent, yet preventable for Black and Hispanic students. Years of data from the Office for Civil Rights and national reports reveal that deficit thinking, prejudice, and discrimination must be at work, thus compromising the educational experiences of gifted students of color. In this article, the authors…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Disproportionate Representation, Excellence in Education, Equal Education
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Azano, Amy Price; Callahan, Carolyn M.; Brodersen, Annalissa V.; Caughey, Melanie – Global Education Review, 2017
There are both achievement and opportunity gaps for low-income students when compared to their economically advantaged peers; and, for rural students, these gaps may be even more pronounced. In this manuscript we draw from our ongoing work in a five-year federally-funded, Jacob K. Javits grant focusing on promoting gifted education in rural…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Rural Schools, Talent Identification, Place Based Education
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Manuel, Dominic; Freiman, Viktor – Global Education Review, 2017
Meeting the needs of mathematically gifted and talented students is a challenge for educators. To support teachers of mathematically gifted and talented students to find appropriate solutions, several innovative projects were conducted in schools using funds provided by the New Brunswick, Canada, Department of Education. This article presents one…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Simulated Environment
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Wermuth, Esther; Quezada, Edwin M. – Global Education Review, 2017
This article describes the development and implementation of a pilot program to prepare teachers seeking New York state certification as school district administrators, by assigning them as administrative interns to a school district. The superintendent of a large urban school district and the director of a college program to prepare school…
Descriptors: Internship Programs, Program Implementation, Program Development, Pilot Projects
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Riebenbauer, Elisabeth; Dreisiebner, Gernot; Stock, Michaela – Global Education Review, 2017
The introduction to teaching is critical for novice teachers. Near the end of their master's program, students of Business Education and Development in Austria spend one semester at an assigned school. They are introduced to teaching, while being assisted by peer students, mentoring teachers, and a companion course. Mentors receive special…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Career Planning, Mentors, Student Teachers
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Gastager, Angela; Bock, Anna; Patry, Jean-Luc; Präauer, Viktoria; Fageth, Barbara – Global Education Review, 2017
Pedagogical tact, the "translator" from theory to practice, is a complex construct. A theory of tact has been developed and is tested through comparison of novice and expert teachers. One may assume that experienced practitioners are tactful if they are committed. Preservice teachers may be assumed to be less tactful than experienced…
Descriptors: Mentors, Internship Programs, Preservice Teachers, Beginning Teachers
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Elliott, Dawn Richards – Global Education Review, 2017
This article develops the claim that the Teacher-Scholar Model (TS), which is used by Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) to evaluate faculty worktime, is ill-suited for the strategy of comprehensive internationalization (CI). CI aims to enhance global learning by offering academic and non-academic opportunities for greater student engagement…
Descriptors: International Education, Learner Engagement, International Cooperation, Evidence Based Practice
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Brandau, Johannes; Studencnik, Peter; Kopp-Sixt, Silvia – Global Education Review, 2017
The lack of evidence-based quantitative studies prevents further progress in mentoring research. In particular, standardized diagnostic instruments facilitating the exploration, evaluation and production of structured feedback for mentors and mentees are urgently needed. The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors and levels that are…
Descriptors: Mentors, Measures (Individuals), Foreign Countries, Student Teachers
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Malmberg, Isolde – Global Education Review, 2017
Teacher education in Austria is currently undergoing a fundamental reform process. Investigations into teachers' first experience in school indicate that the transition from university life to professional life is not smooth for teachers. In the arts, the adjustment seems to be even more complex (De Vugt, 2013). Artistically well-trained…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Mentors
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Erwin, Elizabeth J. – Global Education Review, 2017
The landscape of early childhood education and care has become unrecognizable in many countries, particularly in the West. There is an increasing pressure to focus on outcomes over process, prescribed curricula, standardized assessments, and unrealistic academic expectations for young learners and the adults who work on their behalf. This shift in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Well Being, Holistic Approach
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Meyer, Lois M. – Global Education Review, 2017
In 2011, Indigenous Initial Education teachers in Oaxaca, Mexico, for the first time participated in an alternative teacher professional development effort (called a "diplomado") to initiate community appropriate bilingual programs for pregnant mothers and infants under 3 years old. Collaborating with parents and village authorities, the…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Socialization, Photography, American Indians
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Mongillo, Maria Boeke – Global Education Review, 2017
In the United States there has been a recent movement to expand access to preschool for children aged 3 to 4 through "universal pre-k" in states that fund programs for all age-eligible students. This has caused an increasing number of preschool programs to be housed in public schools and led by principals who often have little or no…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Early Childhood Education, Educational Change, Standards
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