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Cases on Instructional Technology in Gifted and Talented Education is designed to help P-12 educators learn how digital technologies can be inculcated to lesson planning and delivery to maximize effective learning experiences for gifted and talented learners. Each of the twenty chapters examines a variety of uses of technology in various countries and classrooms, with an emphasis on how gifted and talented learners can maximize their potential.
– Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent, North Valley Military Institute, USA
Editors Lennex and Nettleton present educators with a compendium of contemporary examples and research-based directions regarding the use of digital resources in the education of talented and gifted students from preschool through high school. The contributions that make up the bulk of the text are organized in six parts, covering the definition of giftedness, science and the gifted/talented student, arts and humanities and the gifted/talented student, voices from the schools, teacher training, and teacher education. The editors are both faculty members of Morehead State University, Kentucky.
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