Parents' Guide to IQ Testing and Gifted Education

Parents' Guide to IQ Testing and Gifted Education

All You Need to Know to Make the Right Decisions for your Child, With A Special Section on Bright Kids With Learning Problems

Book - 2006
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Baker & Taylor
This book gives parents an insiderAEs look at how the selection process for special programs really works. It answers questions such as how schools identify gifted students and who gets tested and why. It also discusses the question of whether gifted class

Independent Publishing Group
Parents of brainy kids can understand what’s behind IQ testing and selection for special school programs with this guide to gifted education. Written by an IQ specialist, this guide details the history of IQ tests and how they measure intelligence, and familiarizes parents with signs of giftedness they can look for in their own children. Acknowledging that some bright and gifted kids can reach their full potential in a regular classroom, a detailed analysis of how gifted programs work helps parents decide which gifted programs, if any, are right for their children. A section on twice-exceptional, or 2E” kids, shows parents how to recognize signs of learning disabilities in their otherwise bright or achieving kids and how to access school support for those particular problems.

Publisher: Long Beach, Calif. : Parent Guide Books, c2006
ISBN: 9780977109852
0977109852
Characteristics: x, 222 p. ; 23 cm

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