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||Education of the Gifted and Talented
||Davis, G. & Rimm, S.
||Allyn & Bacon
||Written by Gary A. Davis and Sylvia B. Rimm, this book is a standard introductory text in gifted education. The most notable change for this edition is a new chapter on counseling that addresses the social, emotional, and education/career needs and problems of gifted children, and outlines specific counseling-related roles for teachers, parents, counselors, and even school administrators.
||Contributed by: DITD Team Member on 1/25/2005
If you are looking for some additional information on the educational needs of gifted and talented, then you may want to check out this book.
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