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Perspectives In Gifted Education: Influences And Impacts Of The Education Doctorate On Gifted Education, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma L. Hafenstein, Jill Alexa Perry, Kristina A. Hesbol, Stephen H. Chou, Rachel Taylor, Mary Albertoni Oct 2017

Perspectives In Gifted Education: Influences And Impacts Of The Education Doctorate On Gifted Education, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma L. Hafenstein, Jill Alexa Perry, Kristina A. Hesbol, Stephen H. Chou, Rachel Taylor, Mary Albertoni

Perspectives in Gifted Education

Perspectives in Gifted Education is a monograph series published through the University of Denver, first by the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education and now, through the Office of the Daniel L. Ritchie Endowed Chair in Gifted Education. Volume 1 was focused on Young Gifted Children, Twice-Exceptional Children was the topic of Volume 2 and Complexities of Emotional Development, Spirituality and Hope, the topic of Volume 3. Volume 4 was organized around the issues of Diverse Gifted Learners and Creativity the focus on Volume 5. Now, this monograph, Volume 6, is centered on Influences and Impacts of the Education ...


Greatest Potential, Greatest Need: Soaring Beyond Expectations, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Lu Hafenstein, Ellen Honeck, Allison Tung Oct 2011

Greatest Potential, Greatest Need: Soaring Beyond Expectations, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Lu Hafenstein, Ellen Honeck, Allison Tung

Perspectives in Gifted Education

As an introduction, this article provides context for consideration of a special population of gifted children, the highly gifted. Justification for specialized service for this population, recommendations regarding various content area applications, and rationales for these students' need to find a place of belonging are examined and discussed. Special considerations are given to the interactions between cognitive levels and affective intensities. The core materials for this volume originated with selected presentations from "Greatest Potential, Greatest Need: Soaring Beyond Expectations- a Conference on Highly Gifted Children" hosted by the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education, Morgridge College of Education, University ...


Perspectives In Gifted Education: Creativity, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Hafenstein, Kim Haines, Bonnie Cramond Oct 2009

Perspectives In Gifted Education: Creativity, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Hafenstein, Kim Haines, Bonnie Cramond

Perspectives in Gifted Education

This is the fifth in a series of monographs published through the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education at the University of Denver, and it has been graciously funded by the Lynde and Harry Bradley foundation. The first monograph contained different perspectives on the growth and development of young gifted children while the second addressed the characteristics and needs of the twice-exceptional - those who are gifted and also have some type of disabling condition. The third monograph focused on the personality and spiritual and character development of gifted children; the fourth explored giftedness in a variety of diverse, under-represented ...


Perspectives In Gifted Education: Diverse Gifted Learners, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Hafenstein, Jamie A. Castellano Apr 2009

Perspectives In Gifted Education: Diverse Gifted Learners, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Hafenstein, Jamie A. Castellano

Perspectives in Gifted Education

This is the fourth in a series of monographs published through the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education at the University of Denver. The first monograph contained different perspectives on the growth and development of young gifted children. The second monograph addressed the characteristics and needs of the twice-exceptional - those who are gifted and also have some type of disabling condition. The third monograph focused on the personality, spiritual, and character development of gifted children.


Perspectives In Gifted Education: Complexities Of Emotional Development, Spirituality And Hope, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver Oct 2005

Perspectives In Gifted Education: Complexities Of Emotional Development, Spirituality And Hope, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver

Perspectives in Gifted Education

This is the third in a series of monographs funded by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation through the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education at the University of Denver. The first monograph contained different perspectives on the growth and development of young gifted children. The second monograph addressed the characteristics and needs of the twice-exceptional: those who are gifted and have some type of disabling condition.

This monograph is focused on the personality, spiritual and character development of gifted children, including the process of instilling hope and resilience in this special population. The authors explore the development of ...


Perspectives In Gifted Education: Twice-Exceptional Children, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Hafenstein, Frank Rainey, Susan Baum Oct 2000

Perspectives In Gifted Education: Twice-Exceptional Children, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Hafenstein, Frank Rainey, Susan Baum

Perspectives in Gifted Education

This is the second in a series of monographs funded by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation through the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education at the University of Denver. The first monograph contained different perspectives on the growth and development of young gifted children. This monograph addresses the characteristics and needs of twice-exceptional students. These are students who are both gifted and have some type of disabling condition. These students constitute a major group of underserved gifted children as their gifts often mask their disabilities, or their disabilities mask their gifts.


Perspectives In Gifted Education: Young Gifted Children, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Lou Hafenstein, Brooke Walker, Nancy B. Hertzog, Nancy M. Robinson Oct 1999

Perspectives In Gifted Education: Young Gifted Children, Institute For The Development Of Gifted Education, Ricks Center For Gifted Children, University Of Denver, Norma Lou Hafenstein, Brooke Walker, Nancy B. Hertzog, Nancy M. Robinson

Perspectives in Gifted Education

This is the first in a series of monographs, Perspectives in Gifted Education, funded by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation through the Institute for the Development of Gifted Education at Ricks Center for Gifted Children at the University of Denver.

In Perspectives in Gifted Education, we hope to provide information related to areas and groups not of traditional focus in the field. The population of young gifted children and the twice exceptional will be our topics for the first two issues respectively. We invite you to share in this beginning and encourage you to send us your comments, questions ...