Designing Services and Programs for High-Ability Learners: A Guidebook for Gifted Education 2006
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“…Identification and placement are multistep procedures often guided by state and local policies including definitions of giftedness. According to Gubbins (2006), defensible identification systems answer the following questions:Who are the gifted and talented students? Why are we striving to identify them?…”
Section: Alignment Of Identification and Programmingmentioning
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“…Identification and placement are multistep procedures often guided by state and local policies including definitions of giftedness. According to Gubbins (2006), defensible identification systems answer the following questions:Who are the gifted and talented students? Why are we striving to identify them?…”
Section: Alignment Of Identification and Programmingmentioning