intellectual giftedness


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intellectual giftedness

An innate, personal aptitude for intellectual activities that cannot be acquired through personal effort or learning.
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Part Two of Intellectual Giftedness deals with recognizing giftedness in young children.
Intellectual Giftedness in Young Children: Recognition and Development.
Whether we are examining intellectual giftedness, giftedness in sport or athletics, in the performing arts, or in community leadership, giftedness or talent refers to exceptionality; a level of potential or performance possessed or achieved by a minority of the population.
Results also suggest that the information gathered from this peer nomination form has limited overlap with the information used to identify intellectual giftedness in each of the participating schools.
The participating children were drawn from a single school district in the Midwest, which provided self-contained classes for students with intellectual giftedness.
They focus on areas of intellectual giftedness and specific academic domains and address comprehensive gifted programming, detailing how to assess six core elements: program design, the identification process, curriculum and instruction, the affective dimension (counseling and guidance), professional development, and program effectiveness.
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