Able, Gifted and Talented Underachievers
Edition: 2nd 2009
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Description: This title explains the origins of underachievement, both overt and covert, especially in more able learners. It provides a model that identifies a range of external and internal factors that work in concert to lower achievement.
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List price: $42.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 3/27/2009
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Notes on Contributors|
|The Nature and Identification of Underachievement and General Practices and Principles In Raising Achievement|
|Why Do the Gifted and Talented Underachieve? How Can Masked and Hidden Talents be Revealed|
|Developmental issues in literacy and flexible thinking|
|What do we mean by an ï¿½enabling curriculumï¿½ that raises achievement for all learners? An examination of the TASC problem-solving framework: Thinking Actively in a Social Context|
|How can inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts/talents be developed educationally|
|Improving teaching and learning to combat underachievement|
|Changing the teaching for the underachieving able child: The Ruyton School Experience|
|Identification and Provision For Different Groups of Underachievers|
|Overcoming boysï¿½ underachievement|
|Overcoming girlsï¿½ underachievement|
|Improving the quality of identification, provision and support for gifted and talented learners from under-represented Communities through partnership working|
|Masked underachievement, dual and multiple exceptionalities|
|Using assistive technology to address the written expression needs of the twice exceptional student|
|Case studies in lifting underachievement|