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Identifying Gifted Students: A Practical Guide

reviewed by Saiying Steenbergen-Hu & Eric Calvert - March 25, 2019

coverTitle: Identifying Gifted Students: A Practical Guide
Author(s): Susan K. Johnsen (Ed.)
Publisher: Prufrock Press, Austin
ISBN: 1618215876, Pages: 175, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 25, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22721, Date Accessed: 6/20/2021 6:35:44 AM

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  • Saiying Steenbergen-Hu
    Northwestern University
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    SAIYING STEENBERGEN-HU, PhD, is a research assistant professor and the research director of the Center for Talent Development (CTD) of Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy. Her research focuses on the effectiveness of educational interventions on students’ academic achievement and psychosocial development. Her methodological interests and skills include meta-analysis, research synthesis, educational measurement and assessment, quantitative research methodology, and applied statistical analysis. Her meta-analysis, coauthored with Sidney Moon, on the effects of acceleration on high-ability learners won the Gifted Child Quarterly (GCQ) Paper of the Year Award in 2012. Steenbergen-Hu, Makel, and Olszewski-Kubilius recently published “What One Hundred Years of Research Says About Ability-Grouping and Acceleration: Findings of Two Second-Order Meta-Analyses” in Review of Educational Research (Volume 86, Issue no.4, pp.849-899, 2016).
  • Eric Calvert
    Northwestern University
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    ERIC CALVERT, EdD, is an associate director of Center for Talent Development (CTD) of Northwestern University. He oversees CTD’s online programs, outreach, and professional development activities for educators. Calvert brings extensive experience in developing innovative programs and services for gifted and talented students to his role at CTD. He previously served as Assistant Director for Gifted Education at the Ohio Department of Education, where he oversaw the revision of the state’s operating standards for K through 12 schools, administered university-based summer programs for gifted students, and oversaw the development of the state’s policy on academic acceleration, which has since become a national model.
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