Reclaiming the Wasteland: TV & Gifted Children
Reading Reclaiming the Wasteland will give parents and teachers a greater awareness of their children's televiewing and offer a prescription for how to neutralize or avoid the more negative outcomes and maximize or accentuate the more positive ones. This book is based on the belief that television viewing need not be a dysfunctional or mindless activity for gifted kids; it can and should be enriching, mind-expanding, instructional, and fun ... if used correctly.
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Abandoned in the Wasteland: Children, Television, & the First Amendment
Limited preview - 1996
The TV Effects Controversy
Facts About GiftednessQuestions About TV
Why TV Fails Gifted Kids
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