Early Identification and Intervention
by Halbert B. Robinson, Wendy C. Roedell & Nancy E. Jackson - 1979
The information and ideas presented in this chapter have been generated in the context of the Seattle Project--a longitudinal study of intellectually advanced children undertaken by the Child Development Research Group at the University of Washington. Service activities connected with the study include a preschool program for some of the project children and a counseling and diagnostic service which provides families of intellectually advanced children with assessment and information on school placement.
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