Exceptionally Able Further Reading


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  1. Betts and Neihart Profiles of the Gifted and Talented, Gifted Child Quarterly, (1998). 1988; 32: 248-253
  2. Braggett Eddie. Differentiating Programs for Primary Schools
    [ISBN: 1864015918]
  3. Bridges, S.A. Gifted Children and the Brentwood Experience, (1968) Pitman Education Library
  4. Edgar, John and Walcroft, Erin. Help! There’s an Einstein in my Classroom Book A: A practical guide to working with gifted and talented students Book A - ISBN: 1877142247
  5. Freeman, Joan. Clever Children – A Parents’ Guide, (Hamlyn Paperback,1983)
  6. Freeman, Joan. The Psychology of Gifted Children, (Chister, Wiley,1985)
  7. Hill, Frances The Hidden Gifted: Meeting the Needs of Gifted Students with Learning Disabilities (GLD)
    ISBN: 1869681819
  8. Hill, Frances. Teaching Gifted Learners Book A
    Book A - ISBN: 1869681800
  9. Kellmer Pringle, ML. Able Misfits, (Longman, 1970)
  10. Kellmer Pringle, ML. The Needs of Children (Hutchinson, 1975)
  11. Kerry, Trevor. Teaching Gifted Children in a Mixed Ability Class (Macmillan Education Ltd)
  12. Leyden, Susan. Helping The Child of Exceptional Ability, (Croome Helme, 1986)
  13. Montgomery, Diane. Gifted and Talented Children With Special Educational Needs: Double Exceptionality
    ISBN: 1853469548
  14. Radford, John. Child Prodigies & Exceptional Early Achievers, (Harvester Wheatshaft)
  15. Reis, S.M. & McCoach, B. The underachievement of Gifted Students: what do we know and where do we go? Gifted Child Quarterly 44 (3) (2000)
  16. Renzulli, J.S.. What makes giftedness? Reexamining a definition . Phi Delta Kappan. 60, 180-184, (1978)
  17. Renzulli, J. In Baum, S. M., Reis, S. M., & Maxfield, L. R. (Eds.).The Three-Ring Conception of Giftedness, Nurturing the gifts and talents of primary grade students. (Mansfield Center, CT: Creative Learning Press,1998).
  18. Rodgers, K.B. Lessons learned about Educating the Gifted and Talented: A synthesis of the research on educational practice. Gifted Child Quarterly 51 (4) 382 – 396 (2007)
  19. Smutny, J.F., Walker, S.Y., Meckstroth, E.A. and Lisovskis, M. Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom: Identifying, Nurturing and Challenging Ages 4–9, (Minneapolis, MN: FreeSpirit Publishing Inc.,1997)
  20. Sousa, David. How the Gifted Brain Learns, (Corwin Press, 2002)
  21. Sternberg, R.J.. Lies we live by: Misapplication of tests in identifying the gifted. Gifted Child Quarterly, 26(4), 157-161. (1982)
  22. Teare, Barry. Challenging Resources for Able & Talented Children ISBN: 1855391228
  23. Teare, Barry. Enrichment Activities for Able & Talented Children
    ISBN: 1855390655
  24. Wallace B. Teaching the Very Able Child, (David Fulton, 2000)
  25. Wallace, Belle. Developing a Policy and Adopting Strategies for Provision ISBN: 1853467057
  26. Winebrenner, Susan. Teaching Gifted Kids in the Regular Classroom ISBN: 1575420899
  27. Winebrenner, S. and Espeland, P. Teaching Gifted Kids in the Regular Classroom: Strategies and Techniques Every Teacher Can Use to Meet the Academic Needs of the Gifted and Talented, (rev. and updated edn), (Minneapolis, MN: FreeSpirit Publishing Inc., 2000)
  28. Young P, & Tyre, C. Gifted or Able, (Open University Press)