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Expert Approaches to Support Gifted Learners
Professional Perspectives, Best Practices, and Positive Solutions
A collaboration with the California Association for the Gifted and edited by Margaret Wayne Gosfield 
Expert Approaches to Support Gifted Learners

Expert Approaches to Support Gifted Learners is available exclusively as an eBook. View where you can purchase the eBook.  

Educators and parents need practical information they can use now to help them best understand and support the gifted learners in their lives. Because of the unique social and emotional needs faced by gifted learners—not to mention the unique academic needs—teaching and parenting them can be as demanding as it is rewarding. These 36 articles provide much-needed help. They are a “best of” from the last seven years of the Gifted Education Communicator, the national publication of the California Association for the Gifted. With contributions from respected scholars as well as new experts in the gifted education field, this book is sensitive, positive, and packed with ideas and up-to-date facts.  

  Downloads from Expert Approaches to Support Gifted Learners

“Little Things Count: What Teachers Wish Parents Knew” by Elaine S. Wiener
“No One Said It Was Easy: Challenges of Parenting Twice-Exceptional Children” by Linda Neumann
“The Right Tool for the Right Job” by Alexandra Shires Golon
“Can Parents of Gifted Kids Try Too Hard? And What Do Gifted Students Want, Anyway? Some Possible Answers for Two Impossible Questions” by Judy Galbraith



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320 pages, softcover, black and white, 7" x 9", For parents, teachers, gifted coordinators, and guidance counselors, ISBN 978-1-57542-280-0

“Parents and educators—and in turn the gifted learners they support—will benefit greatly from this wise, straightforward, and thoughtfully conceived book.—Sally M. Reis, Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Storrs Department Head and Professor, Educational Psychology

Related materials:
Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom
Susan Winebrenner, M.S., and Dina Brulles, Ph.D. 
The Cluster Grouping Handbook: A Schoolwide Model
Susan Winebrenner, M.S., and Dina Brulles, Ph.D. 
When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers
Judy Galbraith, M.A., and Jim Delisle, Ph.D. 

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