giftedness


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gift·ed

 (gĭf′tĭd)
adj.
1. Endowed with great natural ability, intelligence, or talent: a gifted child; a gifted pianist.
2. Revealing special talent: a gifted rendition of the aria.
3. Received as a gift: gifted assets; a gifted bracelet.

gift′ed·ly adv.
gift′ed·ness n.
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They can peruse school files when giftedness seems to be evident during contact related to behavior, attendance, well-being, or crisis, for example.
Gifted education and research on giftedness in South America.
But after attending the Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness which recently took place in Dubai, we realised that we are going to need a lot of help and resources in terms of what to teach him next.
Proper and early detection of giftedness in children is a very important step in developing the child's potential.
One of Quynh's new learnings pertained to understanding what giftedness is and how schools identify, measure, assess, and then place students in appropriate gifted education programs.
As a friend of ours said she will be remembered for her love of nature, for her giftedness in music and sports.
A second problem pertains to Distin's treatment of the relationships between metarepresentational skill, giftedness, and cultural creativity.
have published a paper in Roeper Review linking giftedness (having an IQ score of 130 or higher) to prenatal exposure of higher levels of testosterone.
Over the past two decades, researchers (Bigelow 1993; Milligan, 2001; Starko, 1990; Tomlison, 2001) consistently reported more support from classroom teachers for gifted programming when the teachers had a greater understanding of giftedness.
This group of women and men from differing faith traditions walking with us highlighted, for me, the giftedness we bring each other as human beings, as individuals from different faith, cultural and traditional backg rounds.
While the first part deals with the values, virtues and gifts, the second part contains empirical studies on giftedness in the life-span.
She points out that this form of autism is often associated with giftedness in many areas.