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Bibliographies of Gifted Research
May 02, 2016
Gifted Children &
Homeschooling: An Annotated Bibliography compiled by Kathi
- "This list represents much of the written record in this century
about gifted children and homeschooling."
- Grouping: A
Short, Data Based Primary Journal Research Sources Bibliography by Joseph
- The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented (NRC/GT),
University of Connecticut, Storrs
and Human Intelligence
- Annotated bibliography of the study of human intelligence
Hopkins Research Bibliography
- Comprehensive research bibliography, including topics: Ability Grouping,
Acceleration, Disadvantaged Students, Education of Academically Talented -
Math & Science, and - Writing, Gender, Learning Disabled, Identification,
Metacognition, Parents, Perfectionism, Learning Styles, Psychometrics,
Self-Perception, Social Emotional, and Spatial...
- Long, detailed bibliography on Gifted Education...
- Minibibliographies for
- ERIC Minibibs contain annotated readings on a particular topic. Topics
include Social Emotional Needs of Gifted Children, Gifted Students with
Learning Disabilities, Homeschooling Resources, Middle School Gifted, and
Radical Acceleration of Highly Gifted Children: An Annotated Bibliography of
by Miraca U.M. Gross and Helen E. vanVliet, a Templeton Foundation grant
- The first-ever annotated bibliography of international research on highly
gifted children who graduate from high school three or more years early.
Tidbits include "Educators who most actively supported acceleration were
those individuals who had received some training in gifted education. Those
who were most vocal in their opposition admitted to having no such
training," "In all studies the attitudes of students towards acceleration
were positive both in terms of their academic needs and their social and
emotional needs. Students in all three studies reported high levels of
satisfaction, academically and emotionally, when the curriculum was
challenging and provided them with options, and when they were allowed a
voice in its design and execution," and "The percentage of individuals
married was about the same for men in all groups, with a slightly higher
rate of marriage for highly accelerated men. Women who were members of the
highly accelerated group were less likely to marry. Separations and divorces
occurred less often among the highly accelerated subjects." (requires
Empiric Research on the Education of Gifted Children
- University of North Texas, Department of Technology and Cognition,
Programs in Special Education
- Stephanie Tolan's
- Articles and books by Stef Tolan, many about gifted children...