Gifted and talented: major themes in education
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Professor Deborah Eyre

Drawing on the most significant and robust research from a broad range of countries, this book offers a one-stop mini library of gifted education.

It covers the controversies surrounding definitions and the identification of giftedness, and provides a substantial overview of best practice in relation to education in schools and classrooms, as well as examining targeted programmes.

The book also addresses the substantial hurdles often faced by pupils identified as especially gifted, offering explanations of these and how schools can help pupils to overcome them. 

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Professor Deborah Eyre

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Informed by international research this book provides an overview of gifted and talented education and best practice and may be of use to professionals with responsibilities in this area. 

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