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Special populations in gifted education : understanding our most able students from diverse backgrounds

Author: Jaime A Castellano; Andrea Dawn Frazier; National Association for Gifted Children (U.S.)
Publisher: Waco, Tex. : Prufrock Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Cross-cultural studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jaime A Castellano; Andrea Dawn Frazier; National Association for Gifted Children (U.S.)
ISBN: 9781593634179 159363417X
OCLC Number: 601041677
Notes: "A Joint Publication With the National Association for Gifted Children."
Awards: Legacy Book Award, 2010.
Description: xvii, 463 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: pt. I. Gifted students from diverse backgrounds. Issues in research on Asian American gifted students / Margie K. Kitano ; Gifted education in rural environments / Erinn Fears, Jennifer L. McGinnis, and Tarek C. Grantham ; Making education relevant for gifted Native Americans: teaching to their learning style / Melissa DeVries and Alexandra Shires Golon ; American Indian students: balancing Western and Native giftedness / Stuart Omdal, Harvey Rude, George Betts, and Royal Toy ; High-achieving black adolescents' perceptions of how teachers impact their academic achievement / Linda A. Long-Mitchell ; Integral practice and radical programming with highly gifted learners / P. Susan Jackson ; Twice-exceptional children: twice the challenges, twice the joys / Claire E. Hughes ; Family and educational systems in the identification and development of high ability in infants through grade three / Claire E. Hughes and Christy McGee ; "I used to be gifted": exploring potential among gifted adolescent females / Ginny Maurer ; Gifted and talented students on the autism spectrum: best practices for fostering talent and accommodating concerns / Megan Foley Nicpon, Susan G. Assouline, Pat Schuler, and Edward R. Amend ; Hispanic students and gifted education: new outlooks, perspectives, and paradigms / Jaime A. Castellano --
pt. II. An emphasis on English language learners. Differentiating the curriculum for gifted second language learners: teaching them to think / Nilda M. Aguirre and Norma E. Hernandez ; Our diversity, our treasure: Connecting Worlds/Mundos Unidos gifted and talented dual language immersion program / Fara Green, Sandra P. Spivey, Laila Ferris, Ernesto M. Bernal, and Elana Izquierdo ; Identifying and enfranchising gifted English language learners / Dina Brulles, Jaime A. Castellano, and Peter C. Laing --
pt. III. Related issues and topics. Misdiagnosis of culturally diverse students / Paul Beljan ; Global perspectives on gifted education / Catherine F. de Wet ; Using mathematics as an equalizer for gifted latino/a adolescent learners / Eliana D. Rojas ; Cultural competency: implications for educational and instructional leaders in gifted education / Jaime A. Castellano ; Academic underachievement of gifted students / Kevin D. Besnoy, Jennifer L. Jolly, and Sandra Manning ; Underrepresented groups in gifted education: a logic model program evaluation case study / Joyce L. Anttila and Harvey Rude.
Responsibility: edited by Jaime A. Castellano and Andrea Dawn Frazier.

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