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Gifted Education: Identification Practices and Teacher Beliefs

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Dr. Cannaday is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education at Azusa Pacific University in California, USA. She has a BA in Inter... Weiterlesen
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Dr. Cannaday is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education at Azusa Pacific University in California, USA. She has a BA in International Relations, an MA in Social Science Education and a PhD in Education. She has been a Gifted education teacher, coordinator, student and parent. She currently teaches Gifted and general education course work.



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Teachers are often expected to teach to the abilities of a wide variety of children. They may have a classroom mix of general education students, language learners, students with specific special needs, and those with gifts and talents. While most teacher training programs prepare teacher candidates to meet the needs of those students with language needs and identified disabilities, often the needs of gifted children are not a focus. Gifted and Talented students may remain unidentified throughout their school careers because teachers are not trained in the specific characteristics of the gifted. In this text, Dr. Cannaday discusses identification gaps within gifted and talented programs, as well as teacher perceptions of gifted students and programming.

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Titel: Gifted Education: Identification Practices and Teacher Beliefs
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EAN: 9783639764840
ISBN: 978-3-639-76484-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Sps
Genre: Recht, Beruf & Finanzen
Anzahl Seiten: 152
Gewicht: 243g
Größe: H220mm x B150mm x T9mm
Jahr: 2015

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