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Uniquely gifted : identifying and meeting the needs of the twice-exceptional student

Author: Kiesa Kay
Publisher: Gilsum, NH : Avocus Publishing Inc., 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Teachers looking for a way to help their exceptional and gifted students can find a wealth of information in this guide to meeting these students' needs. With contributions by noted educators, teachers are offered techniques to identify these students and how to help them in the classroom.
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Genre/Form: Field guides
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kiesa Kay
ISBN: 189076504X 9781890765040
OCLC Number: 1099720863
Description: xi, 366 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: I. Family matters : perspectives from family members. Lights in the fog : living in a twice-exceptional family / by Benjamin Cyr --
Dysgraphia : hiding in plain sight / by Kevin Kearney --
Educating Thomas / by Harriet B. Austin --
Optimism beyond reason / by Deborah Robson --
The long trek to truth / by Beth Crothers --
Running start / by Stewart Matthiesen --
Starburst in a night sky / by Jim Sinclair --
If gifted=asynchronous development, then gifted/special needs=asynchrony2 / by Lee Singer --
Living with contradictions / by Michael V. Rios --
Pain, waste, and the hope for a better future : "invisible disabilities" in the educational system / by Margi Nowak --
One last word / by Ameila Cyr --
II. Teaching strategies : learning and leadership. Paradoxes : a parent/teacher perspective / by Amy Bailey --
Special ed or gifted? : it may be hard to tell / by Susan Winebrenner --
Gifted/special needs, the Internet, and me / by Meredith G. Warshaw --
Constructive instruction : accepting and adapting to students' learning styles / by Marea Nameth-Taylor --
A second look at attention deficit disorder / by Jeffrey Freed and Laurie Parsons --
The outstanding, but out-of-sync, student / by Carol Stock Kranowitz --
Bridging the perspectives / by Daphne Pereles Bowers --
Is there a place in college for the student with learning disabilities / by Barbara Priddy Guyer --
Teaching the twice-exceptional child : an educator's personal journey / by L. Dennis Higgins and M. Elizabeth Nielsen --
On high potential and antisocial behavior / by Ken Seeley --
Technology : transforming the classroom for gifted students with disabilities / by Sandra Berger --
III. Research and theory : discovering possibilities. The two-edged sword of compensation : how the gifted cope with learning disabilities / by Linda Kreger Silverman --
Visual processing deficits in the gifted / by Rebecca E. Hutchins --
Creativity and ADD : a brilliant and flexible mind / by Thom Hartmann. Dyslexia and the seeds of genius / by Ronald D. Davis and Abigail Marshall --
Albert Einstein's brain : atypical anatomy and implications for twice exceptionality / by Kiesa Kay --
Asynchrony and mental health symptoms : a model for understanding the relationship / by Marlo Payne Rice --
The social brain / by John Ratey --
Extraordinary deviations / by Howard Gardner --
Pathologies of superiority / by Ellen Winner --
Reading and writing problems of high school gifted students with learning disabilities / by Sally M. Reis --
When individuals with high IQ experience sensory integration or sensory systems modulation problems / by Judith Giencke Kimball --
IV. Administrative options : working together. Helping the twice exceptional : gifted teens with learning difficulties / by Diane B. Cooper --
Dual exceptionalities in the independent school / by Tristram Dodge Wood --
A collaborative approach to meeting the needs of twice-exceptional students / by Beverly Trail --
Communicating across cultures / by Christine Schulze --
What we are learning about educating students "at risk" / by Lois E. Easton --
Ongoing communication and active acceleration / by Richard Beck [and others] --
Responding to the needs of twice-exceptional learners : a school district and university's collaborative approach / by L. Dennis Higgins and M. Elizabeth Nielsen --
Finding gold : the GOLD Program for gifted learning disabled adolescents / by Corinne Bees --
College planning for gifted students with learning disabilities / by Sandra Berger.
Responsibility: edited by Kiesa Kay.

Abstract:

Teachers looking for a way to help their exceptional and gifted students can find a wealth of information in this guide to meeting these students' needs. With contributions by noted educators, teachers are offered techniques to identify these students and how to help them in the classroom.

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