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Author: Susan Johnsen

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Best children friends standing with hand on shoulder against red background. Happy smiling classmates standing together on red wall after school. Portrait of multiethnic schoolboys enjoying friendship.
Identification

Looking Toward the Future: Critical Attributes of Identification

The identification of gifted and talented students is interconnected with the conception of giftedness and program services. Exploring these relationships from the past is important in examining the future of identification and its critical attributes.

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District Leadership

What the Research Says About STEM Education for Students With Gifts and Talents

What gifted education programs and curricula are effective in encouraging the development of students with gifts and talents in STEM fields?

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District Leadership

Evidence-Based Practices in Gifted Education: Acceleration, Ability Grouping, and Universal Screening

This article focuses on the research and practical knowledge needed by administrators to increase implementation of three evidence-based practices in gifted education: acceleration, grouping, and universal screening.

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Equity

What the Research Says Regarding Twice-Exceptional Students

This literature review summarizes 22 articles related to twice-exceptional students and their needs in the classroom.

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District Leadership

Reflections on the Millennial Issue Regarding the Field of Gifted Education

What is still relevant today from the past? What is new? Where might the field of gifted education be headed?

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District Leadership

Researchers’ Reflections on the Field of Gifted Education: Issues for the New Millennium

This article from the TAGT archives examines how past events may provide insight in identifying the important issues for the future of gifted education.