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study of attitudes about and perceptions of a special program for gifted students

Donald Russell Greenham

study of attitudes about and perceptions of a special program for gifted students

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gifted children -- Education.,
  • Gifted children -- Education -- Ohio -- Canton -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donald R. Greenham.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 microfilm reel ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13548906M

    VanTassel-Baska, J. She stresses the immense importance of true peers and suggests that a major function of programs for highly gifted children is to help them discover their true peers at an early age. Hishinuma, E. It is too slow. The All Grades category contained students in art education, music education, physical education, and computer science.

    Conceptualizing the issue of underserved populations of gifted students. Leavitt M. The students selected for the study were chosen because of the creative productivity Type IIIs they exhibited during their elementary TAG Program experience. The effects of middle school teachers' beliefs on classroom practices. Motivation seemed to be stable among the students and appeared to be based on their innate interest in learning. Bireley, M.

    The chapter includes a discussion of the model, theoretical underpinnings, research on its effectiveness, and considerations for implementation. Both programs stressed the importance of addressing affective education as well as the necessity of creating student-centered classroom environments. Self-awareness includes being aware of how one is like others and how one is different from others. From selecting a topic, to using innovative research strategies, to reporting results in an interesting way, this book shows you how to help your students succeed at independent study.


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By fifth grade, she was slightly below grade level in reading and beginning to have difficulty in mathematics as well. Self-Concept Research Delisle examined academic self-concept and locus of control in his study of the implementation of the model. As a group, the students who received the Type II training were 64 per cent more likely to initiate a Type III investigation than the students who did not receive the training.

This research focuses on teacher instructional and curricular practices in gifted students' experiences in Islamic schools in the United States.

Acceleration guidelines study of attitudes about and perceptions of a special program for gifted students book an emphasis on progressive development of learning based on mastery in content areas, flexibility in entrance and exit requirements for courses, and opportunities for telescoping and grade skipping.

This study involved 15 secondary-level teachers who taught fast-paced classes at a university-based summer program and similar regularly paced classes in their local schools in order to examine how teachers differentiate or modify instructional methods and content selections for fast-paced classes.

Assouline et al. In general, the students were very satisfied with the opportunity to accelerate in math. Whether the students were creative was more difficult to detect through the interviews.

Discussions about the needs of the twice-exceptional are more rare and often relegated to special courses or workshops. Nine senior high school students from the program underwent extensive interviews concerning their educational experiences 10 years after their involvement in the program.

Annotated Bibliography Articles are listed in descending order by year most recent firstand then by first author's last name. In this study, the students did not perceive math as a subject in which they were more motivated than other subjects, even though they had skipped grades — and, in some cases, several years — in mathematics.

Starko, examined the effects of the SEM on creative productivity and self-efficacy by comparing two groups of subjects who were either involved for 4 years in an SEM program or who were not involved in any enrichment program.

In this study, higher mathematical knowledge and more conceptual understanding of giftedness by the researcher could have enhanced the quality of the follow-up questions and may have provided more interesting discussion points. Grouping guidelines stress flexibility, opportunities for various forms of grouping, and independent learning options.

She began to have difficulty in reading as she grew older, and reading became more challenging. Items included on both versions of this factor include high achiever, successful, does well academically, and has a desire to know and learn.

Analysis of noncognitive outcomes suggests that the effects of grouping on self-esteem measures measure for all ability groups are small and may even be rather positive.

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Finally, special education teachers hold slightly lower attitudes toward the gifted. To answer the research questions regarding differences among the participants, two-way analysis of variance ANOVA by group, teaching assignment, and major were generated.

Initial referral recommendations of teachers toward gifted students with behavioral problems.Emerick’s study of gifted students’ perceptions of factors relating to their reversal of underachievement did not purposefully investigate the Schoolwide Enrichment Model.

Nevertheless, this research supports the use of various components within the SEM for use with underachieving students. been identified as teachers’ attitudes” (p. ). The negative attitudes toward accommodating students with special needs in mainstream classrooms are a consequence of a variety of factors.

Social Development in the Gifted

Many teachers feel that they are not prepared to meet the needs of students with special needs. Teachers may see theCited by: toward the curriculum of gifted 3rd and 4th grade students in self-contained and resource gifted classes as well as the perceptions of parents and staff. To define these attitudes a standardized survey of curriculum attitudes for students and an attitude survey toward the gifted and program for parents and staff was used.

Review of LiteratureAuthor: Joan Putnam.Sep 22,  · Abstract In Salzburg, pdf many years, special courses have been offered to pdf who are particularly gifted. In an evaluation, the students reported their perceptions of the learning situation on a lesson-to-lesson base with the so-called lesson-interruption method and in a summative questionnaire at the end of the school year.elementary school teachers concerning mathematically gifted students.

The study was conducted among elementary school teachers, using a questionnaire of 21 statements on a 5-point Likert type scale. The results of the study revealed that teachers’ perceptions regarding gifted students in .Gifted Secondary School Students: Ebook Perceived Relationship Between Enrichment and Achievement Orientation Carla Belanger Brigandi, Ph.D.

Underachievement in Gifted and Talented Students with Special Needs

University of Connecticut, Gifted and talented students have special needs that require interventions, such as academic acceleration and academic tjarrodbonta.com by: 1.