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Talent Development as a Framework for Gifted Education: Implications for Best Practices and Applications in Schools


reviewed by Jennifer Ritchotte - March 08, 2019

coverTitle: Talent Development as a Framework for Gifted Education: Implications for Best Practices and Applications in Schools
Author(s): Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, Rena Subotnik.& Frank Worrell (Eds.)
Publisher: Prufrock Press, Austin
ISBN: 161821814X, Pages: 325, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 08, 2019
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22703, Date Accessed: 3/21/2019 4:49:05 PM

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  • Jennifer Ritchotte
    University of Northern Colorado
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    JENNIFER RITCHOTTE is an associate professor of gifted and talented education in the School of Special Education at the University of Northern Colorado. Her current research focuses on gifted underachievement and the application of single-subject research design to support effective practices for underserved gifted learners. Prior to this, she was a teacher of gifted and talented students at the middle and secondary levels. Through publications, conference presentations (state, national, and international), and workshops, she advocates for the needs of gifted students, especially students at risk for adverse educational outcomes.
 
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