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||Re-forming ( Reforming ) Gifted Education: How Parents and Teachers Can Match the Program to the Child
||Great Potential Press
||Written by Karen Rogers, this is a research-based book that discusses acceleration of students, grouping within the school setting, and program provisions both in and outside of school. Rogers spells out and categorizes ways for schools, teachers, and parents to meet the needs of gifted children, including which students will benefit from particular instructional delivery methods and how each student need can best be addressed. Click here to read a review of this book.
||Contributed by: DITD Team Member on 6/30/2005
Rogers' book is a must-read for parents and others determined to make a difference in the lives of gifted young people. It is also an invaluable resource for anyone working with gifted children who may be unaware of their diverse characteristics and educational needs.
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