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Volume :9 Issue : 4 1981      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

How the Gifted Should be Defined and Identified

Auther : H.Bishay

It is believed that planning an education for the fifed is a comparatively straightforward matter involving only three alternative designs: regular classroom enrichment, segregation, and/or acceleration. I believe that the  most pressing current problem in the area of gifted education is to find a workable definition of the group and adequate identification procedures. There is good reason to believe that many gifted education programs are attended by heterogeneous groups of students whose abilities and achievement of the group represent the entire above-average distribution (50 percent) . This state of affairs can destroy many gifted education programs and ultimately the entire movement because demonstrable results will continue to be unimpressive and discouraging . It should be obvious that programs involving above average students cannot be expected to yield the results, which are assumed possible with carefully defined and identified gifted students.

 

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