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They're Not Bringing My Brain Out

Understanding and Working with Gifted and Talented Learners
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They're Not Bringing My Brain Out: Understanding and Working with Gifted and Talented Learners by Rosemary Cathcart
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"A fantastic guide! Very relevant to NZers."
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I've read a ton of books on how best to steer my gifted boy through the school system…this is the ONLY book I found useful. I have given it to his teachers now and they have read it from cover to cover also. If you are struggling to find ideas to grow enrich your childs talents this book actually has some answers!

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Have you ever to cope with a very bright child when you've got 25 other children in the class; what to do now you're in charge of the gifted programme; how to help the teacher understand your gifted child. This book is written for everyone who lives or works with a gifted child - classroom teachers, GATE coordinators, parents and caregivers, special needs and resource teachers, counsellors and home-schooling families. They're Not Bringing My Brain Out: provides clear discussion of the issues involved for all concerned - including the child; sets out four key concepts for understanding and meeting the needs of gifted learners (the REACH model); includes a wealth of practical, easy-to-use strategies for implementing this model, with loads of high-interest lesson ideas and examples; covers a wide range of supporting topics such as resources, ability grouping, parent perspectives, cultural differences, giftedness and learning disability, and much more, plus special material on identification. Written by one of New Zealand's leading authorities on gifted education, this updated edition extends a text already recognised as an essential guide to this important topic.
Release date Australia
September 1st, 2005
  • General (US: Trade)
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New Zealand
26 b& w ill.
Hodder Education
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