Stambaugh, Tamra / Olszewski-Kubilius, Paula | Paperback | English | 14-5-2021
This edited book, written by authors with extensive experience in working with gifted students from low-income households, focuses on ways to translate the latest research and theory into evidence-supported practices that impact how schools identify and serve these students. Readers will:
- Learn about evidence-supported identification systems, tools, and strategies for finding students from low-income households.
- Discover curriculum models, resources, and instructional strategies found effective from projects focused on supporting these students.
- Understand the important role that intra- and interpersonal skills, ethnicity/race, families, school systems, and communities play.
- Consider the perceptions of gifted students who grew up in low-income households.
- Learn how educators can use their experiences to strengthen current services.
Unlocking Potential is the go-to resource for an up-to-date overview of best practices in identification, curriculum, instruction, community support, and program design for gifted learners from low-income households.