Handbook of gifted education
This is the most complete book in the field of gifted education. The contributors are all well known scholars in gifted education. The book covers all the main topics in the field and contains an excellent balance of research and practical applications. The contributors are the leading people in the field of gifted education. Chapters contain case studies and scenarios designed to bring out the lives of gifted children. Deals with counseling the gifted as well as social and emotional issues. Covers gifted/disabled. For professionals working with the gifted.
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Introduction and Overview
Issues in the Education of Gifted Students
CONCEPTIONS AND IDENTIFICATION
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