ECAE 7669T Assessment of Diverse Gifted and Talented Young Children
30 hours plus conference; 3 credits
Critical review of formal and informal assessments of the cognitive, social, and affective characteristics of diverse gifted and talented young children, including gifted and talented young children with special needs. Cultural, linguistic, and societal factors involved in identification, placement, and the academic performance of diverse gifted and talented young children. Implications for classroom settings, teaching, and collaboration with parents and other professionals. 10 hours of field experience in a variety of school and classroom settings.
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