Formerly titled Empowering Gifted Minds: Educational Advocacy That Works, this book is the definitive manual on gifted advocacy for gifted students. The author tells parents and teachers how to document a child’s abilities to provide reasonable educational options year by year. The book provides imperative information on testing considerations, curriculum, successful programs, and planning your child s education. It is an essential guide.
A comprehensive parent and teacher guide for developing math talent among advanced learners. The authors, nationally recognized math education experts, offer a comprehensive approach to mathematics education for gifted students of elementary or middle school age.
This terrific book is for homeschooling parents and more - there is information for schooling parents, schoolteachers, gifted teachers, and additional information on gifted children, learning styles, and Internet resources. Whether you home school full-time or merely want to set up some good units for partial home schooling (on or off the school’s campus), this book as invaluable.
Understanding and meeting the needs of gifted students in middle school offers unique challenges. Using creative, practical, and realistic school solutions, this book provides useful ways for teachers, administrators, and parents to meet these needs. The author understands the issues of the day, those that—unfortunately—preclude ability grouping and tracking, and details methods that will be politically acceptable while getting closer to meeting the unique needs of gifted middle school students.
A highly readable and important book about some of the most important issues in the field of gifted education today. The authors make a compelling case that schools are not meeting the educational needs of our brightest students, and offer clear recommendations on what we can do about it.
This textbook is an excellent portrait of what high intellectual ability is and where it comes from.
The information and useful advice provided make this book an ideal resource both for those just starting out in the gifted field as well as those who are already seasoned veterans.
In this accessible and honest look at homeschooling, the author explores the diverse faces of homeschooled students and the ways in which it can help children with special learning needs. This book addresses the major questions parents are bound to have as they consider this option: socialization, curriculum, special needs arrangements, resources, and more.