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Serving the gifted

Steven I. Pfeiffer

Serving the gifted

evidence-based clinical and psychoeducational practice

by Steven I. Pfeiffer

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Counseling of,
  • Gifted children,
  • Education,
  • PSYCHOLOGY / Psychotherapy / Counseling,
  • PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health,
  • Handbooks, manuals

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSteven I. Pfeiffer
    SeriesSchool-based practice in action
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC3993 .P44 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25259832M
    ISBN 109780415997492, 9780415997508
    LC Control Number2012008257

    Serving Gifted Learners Beyond the Traditional Classroom was created as a thoughtful resource for parents, educators, researchers, and community leaders. The authors’ collective expertise and consideration of the subject of giftedness is noteworthy and makes this book well worth reading for anyone interested in gifted education and programming. The book has 9 chapters, with references provided to direct the reader to scientific literature and the popular press. A DVD is included, with handouts for parents and Powerpoint presentations for professionals. I chose this book to review because of my interest in learning more about gifted students, as I have encountered several in my practice.

    A cooperative publication of the National Association for Gifted Children and Prufrock Press, Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings provides a framework for educating the gifted in rural settings. The book outlines practical, theoretical, and evidence-supported approaches for understanding, teaching, and leading programs for this unique population. This practical, easy-to-read book explores the basics of parenting gifted children, truly giving parents the "introductory course" they need to better understand and help their gifted child. Topics include myths about gifted children, characteristics of the gifted, the how and why of advocacy, social and emotional issues and needs, strategies.

      Gifted students need to spend time with other gifted students. 4. Learn about this special diverse population of learners. Take classes, get certified or licensed in gifted education, attend conferences, and become a life-long learner seeking out others who have a . Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings, A Framework for Bridging Gifted Education and Rural Classrooms is a compilation of research-based sections by various authors in the education field. The book is split into three sections, each with a specific focus/5(2).


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Pfeiffer available from Rakuten Kobo. Designed for practitioners who work with the gifted, this volume is intended to serve as a practical and easy-to-use res Brand: Taylor And Francis. "Serving Gifted Students Within an RtI Framework" is a practical book that provides an overview of RtI models in gifted education and describes specific details about developing levels of service, monitoring student progress, differentiating curriculum at each tier, and collaborating with gifted educators.3/5(3).

"In this book, Dr. Pfeiffer has made a significant contribution to all professionals who are brought into serving the unique needs of gifted individuals. While giftedness is admired by society, it is ironic that professionals in all fields (except elite sports) are not formally trained.

Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings provides a framework for educating the gifted in rural settings.

Case study vignettes and practical ideas for administrators and teachers are combined with theoretical applications. The first of three sections in the book outlines the various philosophies and current status of rural : Tamra Stambaugh.

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The authors’ collective expertise and. Serving the Gifted: Evidence-Based Clinical and Psychoeducational Practice (School-Based Practice in Action) Designed for practitioners who work with the gifted, this volume is intended to serve as a practical and easy-to-use resource for working with gifted students, their teachers, and their parents and families.

The book is written. Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings provides a framework for educating the gifted in rural settings. Case study vignettes and practical ideas for administrators and teachers are combined with theoretical applications.

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Serving the Gifted book. Evidence-Based Clinical and Psychoeducational Practice. By Steven I. by: This book provides a framework for educating the gifted in rural settings. Case study vignettes and practical ideas for administrators and teachers are combined with theoretical applications. The book helps bridge the gap existing between rural education and accessible, effective gifted education.

Books shelved as giftedness: Living with Intensity by Susan Daniels, Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, OCD, A. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Serving gifted and talented students. Austin, Tex.: Pro-Ed, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

Designed for practitioners who work with the gifted, this volume is intended to serve as a practical and easy-to-use resource for working with gifted students, their teachers, and their parents and families.

Author(s): Stephen I. Pfeiffer, Ph.D. Designed for practitioners who work with the gifted, this volume is intended to serve as a practical and easy-to-use resource for working with gifted. Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings NAGC Webinar Tamra Stambaugh, Ph.D. •Gifted students report less challenge in their courses than their urban and suburban had book learning.

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Read more. With Dr. Tamra Stambaugh, she co-edited the book Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings: A Framework for Bridging Gifted Education and Rural Classrooms (Prufrock Press). She regularly presents at the American Counseling Association convention the National Association for Gifted Children convention, and at conferences of the Association for Price: $  Serving the Gifted by Steven I.

Pfeiffer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).This collection considers the personal and educational needs of the student who is gifted, with emphasis on the roles of support staff.

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