These are some other books gathered from: Resources for Families of Gifted Children:
An Annotated List, compiled and annotated by Basia Pacyniack
Eby, Judith W. & Smutny, Joan F.
A Thoughtful Overview of Gifted Education. New York: Longman, 1990. A critical and creative
overview of gifted education that provides present and prospective
educators with a framework for understanding the practical
applications of contemporary research in the field.
Jones, Eric D. , Southern, W. Thomas.
The Academic Acceleration of Gifted Children. New York: Teachers College Press, 1991. Designed to
assist parents, students and school personnel in assessing,
implementing, and evaluating acceleration decisions in schools. Offers
potential strategies for reaching decisions about whom to accelerate,
when, and how.
Smutny, Joan F., and Blocksom, Rita.
Education of the Gifted: Programs and Perspectives. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa
Educational Foundation, 1990. Provides an introduction and overall
perspective on topics related to sound program development for the
gifted. Includes extensive references for further study as well as
sample teaching activities and curricular materials.
Supplee, Patricia L.
Reaching the Gifted Underachiever. New York: Teachers College Press, 1990. A practical guide describing the
underachieving program design—philosophy, restructured environment,
and parent involvement.
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