Teachers frequently focus less attention on highly able, bright, clever or gifted students than on other students. Perceived to be academically successful, these children often appear not to require much teacher assistance. However, these students do have needs. Educating Students with High Ability seeks to explain these needs and the ways in which teachers can meet them, even when working in difficult circumstances with little support.
This revised, second edition has been expanded and updated to include new material that will stimulate and inspire teachers dealing with high-ability children. It includes chapters on identifying high ability and its impact, unrecognized ability, teaching methods, underachievement, student–teacher relations, organization of learning, gender and culture, general advice to teachers, parental and community involvement, and local education authority and government support.
MOTS CLES · Besoins éducatifs spéciaux · Élève doué · Évaluation de l'étudiant · Facteur culturel · Méthode pédagogique · Participation des parents · Relation école-collectivité · Relation étudiant-enseignant · Rôle sexuel