Education of the Intellectually Gifted

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Index
Ability grouping, see Grouping
Ability roster, 78, 79
Abraham, Willard, 43, 44, 415, 419
Abramson, David A., 310, 444
Academic achievement of gifted children, 42-44
Acceleration, 328-351; social policy, 328- 29; practices, 152, 157, 167, 330, 335- 38; case for, 330-33; case against, 350; historical precedents, 334; criteria, 338- 39; research, 339-45, 436; social adjustment, 338-41, 345-48
Activity program, 139-40
Administrative structures, 138
Adult pressure, 400
Advanced Placement Program, 18, 168-69, 224, 267-69, 337, 348-50, 435, 437
Age and achievement, 330-32
Aikin, Wilford M., 284, 435
Alberty, Harold, 317
Algebra, teaching thinking in, 191
Allison, Harold, 163-64
Anderson, John E., 90, 100
Anderson, William, 170
Anxiety, 35-36, 72
Applbaum, Morris J., 162-63
Aptitude tests, 82
Arbuckle, Dugald S., 395
Army General Classification Tests, 301
Arnold, John E., 116
Art, 287-92
Artists and creativity, 110, 116
Aschner, Mary J., 195
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 389
Associative thinking, 198
Ausubel, David, 40
Autonomous interests, 358
Autonomy, 116-17
Balance in education, 146-47
Baltimore, 158, 303, 334
Barkan, Manuel, 298
Barron, Frank, 104, 113-14, 116, 118
Barwick, Janice M., 395
Basic skills, 143-44, 404-6
Batavia, N.Y., 301
Bayley, Nancy, 66-67
Beasley, Jane, 389-90
Begle, E. C., 276
Behavioral characteristics, 80
Behavioral Description Chart, 94
Benne, Kenneth D., 245
Bennett, Clayton L., 394
Berger, Max, 291
Berkeley, Cal., 385
Berks Co., Pa., 335
Bienenstok, Theodore, 384
Binet, A., 25, 50, 57, 63, 103
Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, 267
Biology, teaching thinking in, 190
Birch, J. W., 93
Blackwood, Paul, 260
Bloom, Benjamin S., 188, 201, 431-32
Bloom, Samuel W., 257
Blough, Glenn O., 260
Boehm, Leonore, 41-42
Bonthius, Robert H., 178
Bowman, Paul H., 27, 349, 384, 391-93, 443
Bragdon, Henry W., 349
"Brainstorming," 19
Brandwein, Paul, 88, 91, 255, 257, 265, 417-18, 437
Bray, Douglas W., 8, 11, 30, 65
Brim, D. G., 317
Broder, Lois J., 188, 201
Bronfenbrenner, Urie, 324, 400
Bronx High School of Science, 344
Brookline, Mass., 335
Brooks, Deton J., 148
Brownell, William A., 274
Brumbaugh, Florence N., 83-84, 373
Bruner, Jerome S., 188, 431
Budget for education of gifted, 139-40
Buffalo, University of, 174
Burk, Frederic, 301
Burt, Sir Cyril, 53, 54, 69
Burton, William H., 106, 185, 186, 189, 190-91, 197, 200-4, 242-44
Calhoun, S. R., 79
California, 104, 163, 308; State Department of Education, 442
Cambridge, Mass., 301
Careers, 46, 363-67
Carnegie Foundation, 440, 443
Carr, Edwin R., 243
Carlson, Ruth K., 127, 129
Cassel, R. N., 433
Cattell, R. B., 116
CAVD test, 54
Characteristics of gifted children, 25-49
Chemistry, 267-68; teaching thinking in, 190
Chemical Bond Approach, 267
Chemical Education Material Study, 267
Cheyney, Arnold B., 357
Chicago Public Schools, 86 fn, 303, 333, 337, 424
Chicago, University of, 168, 188, 443; Laboratory School, 399-400
Citizenship, education for, 237-53, 318
Clark, Willis W., 32
Class differences, 41
Cleveland Major Works Program, 26, 153- 56, 232, 302, 307, 417
Club period (elementary), 155
Coaching on intelligence tests, 59
Coelho, George V., 323

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - The Release of Human Potential 1
  • 2 - Characteristics of Gifted Children 25
  • 3 - Intelligence and Intelligence Testing 50
  • 4 - Identification of Exceptional Ability 76
  • 5 - Creativity as an Aspect of Giftedness 101
  • 6 - Planning Programs for Gifted Students 135
  • 7 - Patterns in Education of the Gifted 151
  • 8 - Thinking 184
  • 9 - Language Arts for the Gifted Student 207
  • 10 - Social Studies and Social Education 237
  • 11 - Science and Mathematics for the Gifted 254
  • 12 - The Fine Arts 284
  • 13 - Ability Grouping 299
  • 14 - Acceleration 328
  • 15 - Guidance 352
  • 16 - Motivation and Underachievement 381
  • 17 - Teachers for Gifted Children 412
  • 18 - Research: Endeavors and Opportunities 428
  • Bibliography 446
  • Index 466
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