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Leading change in gifted education: A festschrift for Dr. Joyce VanTassel-Baska
B. McFarlane & T. Stambaugh
Honoring the leadership of Dr. Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, this book includes major strands of work central to defining the field of gifted education and discusses relevant trends and issues that have shaped or will shape the field. This comprehensive resource outlines three major sections: conceptions in gifted education such as intelligence, creativity, and eminence; linkage of theory to practice through curriculum and instruction, professional development, and assessment; and the infrastructure of gifted education that relies on research, policy, and leadership directions within and outside the field. Showcasing contributions from leading senior scholars in gifted education, this book is sure to be an invaluable resource for policymakers, scholars, researchers, and practitioners who are interested in research-based practices to better serve gifted students.
From “Social and emotional development of students with gifts and talents,” by Cross, T. L. & Cross, J. R. In B. McFarlane & T. Stambaugh (Eds.), Leading change in gifted education: A festschrift for Dr. Joyce VanTassel-Baska (pp. 49-60). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press. Copyright 2018 by Prufrock Press. Reprinted with permission.
Cross, Tracy L. and Cross, Jennifer Riedl, "Social and emotional development of students with gifts and talents" (2009). School of Education Book Chapters. 11.