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Rachel Renbarger

What the Research Says About Advocating for Gifted Education

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Susan Johnsen

Texas GT Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices Survey: Supporting Advocacy Efforts

To examine gifted education practices in Texas, the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented, in collaboration with Baylor University, conducted an online survey to identify teacher beliefs about gifted education, current gifted education practices, factors that influence practices, and possible student learning outcomes.

Corina R. Kaul

What the Research Says About Gifted Students’ Resilience

To identify resiliency in gifted populations, this review included articles published since 2004 in Gifted Child Today, Gifted Child Quarterly, Journal for the Education of the Gifted, Journal of Advanced Academics, and Roeper Review.

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Kimberly A. Hardin

What The Research Says: Perspectives of Individuals Involved in Gifted Education

This literature review focuses on the perspectives of individuals involved in gifted education: gifted students and their teachers, administrators, parents, counselors, and peers.

Kimberly A. Hardin

What the Research Says About the Assessment of Advanced Products and Performances

A variety of formative and summative assessments are needed when appraising gifted students’ learning and when differentiating the curriculum.

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Susan Johnsen

Relating Identification Standards to Best Practices and Student Outcomes

It is important to review identification standards and consider how they might be implemented in your school and how they might relate to student outcomes.