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Tempo, v17 n1-2 and 4, Win-Spr-Fall 1997

The three issues of this 1997 publication on gifted and talented students focus on the themes of teaching gifted students in the regular classroom, atypical gifted students, and the 1997 annual conference of the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented. Major articles include the following: Meeting the Needs of Gifted Learners in the Regular Classroom: Vision or Delusion? (Carol Ann Tomlinson); Teaching Gifted Kids in Today's Regular Classroom (Susan Winebrenner); Looking into a Differentiated Primary Classroom (Kathleen R. Ledwig); Student Created Learning Centers: A Tool for Self-Directed Learning (Jeanie Goertz); The Gifted Student in the Regular Classroom: A Survey (Janet Ray); Product Differentiation: A Catalyst to Excellence (Bertie Kilgore); Adapting for Gifted Students in the Elementary Classroom (Susan Johnsen and others); Understanding the Diversity of the Gifted (Bertie Kingore and Lynlee Rinard); The Quiet Gifted

.The Atypical Gifted Learner (Jim Coffey); ADD & Gifted: How Can You Distinguish between the Two? (Rebecca Rendon); Parental Alcoholism and Gifted Children (Rebecca Gaston and Jeanie Goertz); Adjusting the Focus: Finding Gifted Students with Learning Difficulties (Janet Ray); Identification of Hispanic, Bilingual, Gifted Students (Rafael Lara-Alecio and others); Handicapped? Says Who? (Joan Ragland and others); Yes, It Can Be Done

.Gifted Students Can Be Challenged in the Regular Classroom (Judy Traudt); Gifted Gazetteers: Advertising & Journalism (Terry Dotherow and Diana Brigham); Organized Sports and a BD Gifted Child (Tandra Tyle-Wood and Sheila Abraham); Gifted Underachievers in Secondary Schools (Stacy Sullivan and Beth Fouse); Community Service: Learning To Serve (Diana Brigham and Terry Dotherow); Computers Changing Education in Texas (Sherri Brunder); Knowing Timmy: A Great Experience (Kay L. Dowling). Each issue also contains organizational news items, calls for proposals or papers, and announcements. (DB)

Descriptors: Diversity (Student), Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, Gifted Disabled, Gifted Disadvantaged, Inclusive Schools, Mainstreaming, Talent, Teaching Methods

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Autor: Sayler, Michael, Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9895&id=ED436882



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