1st Edition

Gifted Education A Special Issue of Theory Into Practice

Edited By Donna Y. Ford, James L. Moore III Copyright 2005

    A scholar's dream come true, 40 years of The Ohio State University's educational journal, Theory Into Practice. Every theme issue, thousands of articles, on a broad range of education-related topics, can be easily accessed. Edited and written by leading thinkers and practitioners in their fields, many of these theme issues are used in classes year after year as their message remains relevant indefinitely. Whether you are a teacher, student, professor, administrator, or librarian, Volume 44, Number 2, 2005 This Issue: Gifted Education, Applying Gifted Education Pedagogy to Total Talent Development for All Students, Gifted Programs and Services, will be of benefit to you.

    Volume 44, Number 2, 2005
    Contents: J.S. Renzulli, Applying Gifted Education Pedagogy to Total Talent Development for All Students. J. VanTassel-Baska, Gifted Programs and Services: What Are the Nonnegotiables? C.M. Callahan, Identifying Gifted Students From Underrepresented Populations. A.Y. Baldwin, Identification Concerns and Promises for Gifted Students of Diverse Populations. L. Ruban, S.M. Reis, Identification and Assessment of Gifted Students With Learning Disabilities. D.Y. Ford, J.L. Moore III, D.A. Harmon, Integrating Multicultural and Gifted Education: A Curricular Framework. T.C. Grantham, M.M. Frasier, A.C. Roberts, E.M. Bridges, Parent Advocacy for Culturally Diverse Gifted Students. S.M. Reiss, L. Ruban.Services and Programs for Academically Talented Students With Learning Disabilities. C.A. Tomlinson, Quality Curriculum and Instruction for Highly Able Students. J.L. Moore III, D.Y. Ford, H.R. Milner, Underachievement Among Gifted Students of Color: Implications for Educators.


    Donna Y Ford, James L Moore III