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Nfb Kids

Author : Brian J. Low
ISBN : 9780889203860
Genre : History
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Annotation Using a half-century of films from the archival collection of the National Film Board, NFB Kids overcomes a long-standing impasse about what films may be credibly said to document. Here they document not "reality" but social images preserved over time - the "NFB Society"--An evolving, cinematic representation of Canadian families, schools and communities.

How The Gifted Brain Learns

Author : David A. Sousa
ISBN : 9781452273884
Genre : Education
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Identify, understand, and engage the full range of gifted learners with practical, brain-compatible classroom strategies! The updated edition of Sousa’s bestseller translates the latest neuroscientific findings into practical strategies for engaging gifted and talented learners. Individual chapters are dedicated to talents in language, math, and the arts, and offer instructional applications for both elementary and secondary classrooms. This reader-friendly guide uncovers: How the brains of gifted students are different How to gauge if gifted students are being adequately challenged How to identify students who are both gifted and learning disabled How to better identify gifted minority students

The Gifted Child

Author : Penny Kline
ISBN : 9781783758456
Genre : Fiction
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How do you deal with what comes after a death? When Kristen’s partner William is murdered in a mugging gone wrong, she tries to pick up the pieces for the sake of her young stepson Theo. But when Theo’s biological mother Ros demands that he go to live with her, Kristen’s world is torn apart again. The police think that William was killed by an elusive criminal known as ‘the dog man’ – but Kristen has reason to believe that Ros, a woman with an unstable past, is behind the killing. Soon, Kristen realises that William’s life wasn’t all it had seemed. Everyone she encounters has something to hide, and not everyone is who they appear to be. Maybe Kristen needs to watch for danger in the places she’d least expect... The Gifted Child is a superb psychological thriller which explores themes of fear and loss through the eyes of those who are left behind.

Soul Journaling Saving Atlantis

Author : Karen Valiquette
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Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The year is 10642 B.C. and this is to be the Master Architect's most challenging incarnation. Life in the utopian world that he lovingly created over 500 years earlier, now known as Atlantis, was beginning to unravel. The egalitarian society that he so carefully shepherded was starting to show signs of a darker ego emerging as technology and greed were developing rapidly. Something had to be done or this great society would be lost forever. For Karen, this life is one of a young new soul, eager for adventure and love. She finds this and, perhaps, more than she would have liked to have experienced. Soul Journaling is a series of books based on the past lives of the author, Karen Valiquette. For many, exploring past lives is a welcomed opportunity. For others, it would require suspending disbelief. Regardless of your beliefs, this series provides powerful and compelling stories filled with subtle lessons we can all appreciate. Remember, we are all connected.

The Gifted Vol 9 Into The Godless World

Author : Ryosuke Akizuki
ISBN : 9781435761537
Genre : Fiction
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“Ouija boards that invoke spirits reliably” ... which appears on flea markets on the Internet. Those who obtain the dubious items and hold séances for fun are possessed by evil spirits one after another in City. Yoma and other exorcists belonging to a church are asked to exorcise the possessed people. They actually confront them and discover that some gifted person is behind the incidents. Those possessed by evil spirits attack even the exorcists, and the damage is further escalated. With the help of Milo and his friends, Yoma gradually catches up with the one who has the gift of controlling evil spirits. However, behind the scenes, the terrifying enemy, whose presence was first revealed in the case of “The Demonic Face,” is once again active in the dark and is about to bring the case to an unexpected ending. In order to settle the matter with the lawless opponent with no fear of God, Milo has decided to confront directly with the guy. However, when Milo confronts the most formidable gifted, he has already been set up with a carefully laid trap. No one can predict this tragic ending ... The first season of "The Gifted" series will be concluded in the next volume! This work was exclusively written for The BBB: Breakthrough Bandwagon Books.

The Gifted Vol 1 5 Bind Up

Author : Ryosuke Akizuki
ISBN : 9781329941236
Genre : Fiction
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In City, those who have strange gifts frequently cause incomprehensible incidents. Five ‘gifted’ ones stand up to the challenges of the cases that cannot be solved by the police. Milo, a mysterious, fair-looking boy with platinum blonde hair. Saya, an innocent Asian girl with a sorrowful past. Chloe, a big-sisterly knockout who likes to care for others. Riccardo, a cheerful, studly philogynist. And, Yoma, an exotically cute exorcist. Despite constant exposure to dangers, they emerge victorious and reveal the surprising truth at the end of each case. This is the bind-up edition for the first five episodes of “The Gifted” series. Enjoy this miraculous and fascinating world of stories, created by Ryosuke Akizuki, a gifted mystery writer. This bind-up edition includes: “Vol.1 - The Haunting Woman” “Vol.2 - The Return of the Dead Kitten” “Vol.3 - The Skydiving Club” “Vol.4 - The Phantom of Gemini” “Vol.5 - The Death In the North Ward”

The Gifted Ones

Author : Count Basie
ISBN : OCLC:689352709
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The Gifted And Talented Students In Canada

Author : Burton Borthwick
ISBN : 0919078656
Genre : Gifted children
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Parenting And Teaching The Gifted

Author : Rosemary S. Callard-Szulgit, EdD,University at Buffalo; author, "Perfectionism and Gifted Children"
ISBN : 1607094576
Genre : Education
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Parents of gifted students have often experienced the frustration of trying to get an appropriate education for their children in public and private schools. Teachers have equally experienced the frustration of trying to educate these students due to classroom demands. Over the past two decades, Callard-Szulgit has accumulated well over 1,000 questions asked by parents in her gifted parenting classes, her graduate students of gifted education, education colleagues, and gifted students themselves. This user-friendly book offers common sense and educationally informative answers to the questions and dilemmas that parents and teachers seek. This book will be of interest to all who seek a fair and equitable education for the gifted.

Language Arts For Gifted Students

Author : Susan K. Johnsen
ISBN : 9781593631659
Genre : Education
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For the first time, the Gifted Child Today Reader series brings together the best articles published in Gifted Child Today, the nation's most popular gifted education journal. Each book in this series is filled with exciting and practical classroom ideas, useful summaries of research findings, discussions of identification and classroom management, and informed opinions about educating gifted kids. Anyone involved in education will benefit from the practical, research-based ideas this unique series has to offer. Students who are gifted in English and language arts are able to discern the authors' purpose, anticipate layers of meaning, and use prior knowledge to make connections between the present text and the previous experiences, a complicated feat for any young child. "Language Arts for Gifted Students" offers information on the characteristics and identification of students who are gifted in English and language arts; how to develop differentiated curricula that include multicultural components; and specific teaching strategies, such as integrating drama with literature, using storytelling activities, and developing a writers' workshop.

Differentiation For Gifted And Talented Students

Author : Carol Ann Tomlinson
ISBN : 9781483361109
Genre : Education
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Focusing on the link between gifted education and general education, this resource discusses the benefits of differentiating curriculum and instruction.

Creativity In Mathematics And The Education Of Gifted Students

Author : Roza Leikin
ISBN : 9789087909352
Genre : Education
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This book breaks through in the field of mathematical creativity and giftedness. It suggests directions for closing the gap between research in the field of mathematics education and research in the field of creativity and giftedness. It also outlines a research agenda for further research and development in the field.

The Gifted School

Author : Bruce Holsinger
ISBN : 9781472271525
Genre : Fiction
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Ambitious parents, wilful kids, and the pursuit of prestige... A gripping page-turner, perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty's Big Little Lies. 'More than a touch of Liane Moriarty's Big Little Lies' OBSERVER How far would you go to protect your child's future? In the peaceful, privileged community of Crystal, Colorado, a group of close friends are raising their families in harmony. Until one day, news begins to spread that a 'gifted school' will be opening its doors in their town. There are only a few places, and the competition will be ferocious. As parents and children begin to compete, cracks start to show in their picturesque community as long-buried secrets threaten to detonate under the pressure... Praise for The Gifted School: 'Snapping with tension' SHARI LAPENA 'Wise and addictive' NEW YORK TIMES 'Timely and relevant' OPRAHMAG 'On the pulse of modern times' MAGIC BOOK CLUB 'Relevant and relatable' i PAPER 'Exposes how easily a mix of good intentions, self-delusions, and minor sins can escalate' THE NEW YORKER

Exceptionally Gifted Children

Author : Miraca U. M. Gross
ISBN : 9780415064163
Genre : Education
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Exceptionally Gifted Children examines the origin, development and school histories of fifteen Australian children who are amongst the most intellectually gifted young people ever to be identified and studied. The first phase of a longitudinal research project which will trace the children through to adulthood, this book looks in detail at the children's early lives and influences, their families and personal characteristics. More importantly, this book explores the school experiences of the children, the opportunities offered and denied to them and the effects of their early school life on their educational development and how the school environment can affect: * self-esteem * self-concept * motivation * the capacity to find and form friendships * the children's own attitudes towards their abilities and achievements. This fascinating study will be of interest to education researchers, those working in special educational needs, and anyone with a particular interest in this field.

Gifted Children Grown Up

Author : Joan Freeman
ISBN : 9781853468315
Genre : Education
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More than a quarter of a century ago, Joan Freeman began this study of 210 children, comparing the recognized gifted, the unrecognized gifted and their classmates. This book: describes what happened to them and their families as they grew up and coped with their different circumstances. It also looks at the problems they faced, often described in their own words and contains personal details from in-depth interviews in homes and schools all over Britain, which are at times startling and sometimes depressing. It lays to rest many myths about the development of gifted children. The book offers insights into the special situations of the gifted and points out much needed changes in their care and education. It is not only important for their own fulfillment and happiness, but for the future of society.

The Gifted Vol 3 The Skydiving Club

Author : Ryosuke Akizuki
ISBN : 9781312560253
Genre : Fiction
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At an event being held in the central park of City, a person jumped off from a white balloon with a vivid rainbow line. His parachute did not open and he was slammed against the ground. Saya Touma, who happened to be at the location, attempted to exercise her gift to save the skydiver. However, her gift was rendered ineffectual for some reason, and he could not survive the impact. In the strange world of dream in which a gifted wearing a white mask killed targets, Saya learned of the secret and became the next target. Can the foursome of Saya and her gifted friends survive the greatest crisis ever, while dealing with the time limitation of having to stay awake to avoid the assassination attempts? The Gifted series has made a remarkable progress here, in the third installment (Vol.3). The ‘gift’ of the artful author Ryosuke Akizuki has come to fruition in a form of this masterpiece.

The Gifted Kids Survival Guide

Author : M. A. Galbraith
ISBN : 9781442997356
Genre : Study Aids
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What does ''gifted'' mean? Why am I gifted? How can I make school more challenging? What can I do to make more friends? If you're GT (Gifted & Talented) and have similar questions, you are now holding your new best friend. The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide For Ages 10 & Under Revised &; Updated 3rd Edition This book was written especially for you - to help you in your day-to-day life as a GT in school, at home, and with friends. It's based on surveys of more than 1,000 gifted kids who had a lot to say about growing up and dealing as a GT. Their advice and insights will help you know: You're not alone. You're not ''weird.'' Being smart, creative, and talented is a big plus, not a minus. Look inside to find: Facts about your GT brain and how it works. A GT survey and quizzes that help you know yourself better. Advice on friendships, talking with teachers & parents, and dealing with problems like bullying, stress, and loneliness. Ways to boost brainpower in and out of school. Over 100 quotes from gifted kids. Lists of brainy books, blogs, Web sites, video games, and contests. And much more The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide is the essential guide to growing up gifted. Judy Galbraith has a master's degree in guidance and counseling of the gifted. She has worked with and taught gifted youth, their parents, and their teachers for over thirty years. In 1983, Judy started Free Spirit Publishing, which specializes in self-help books for kids and teens.

The Psychology And Education Of Gifted Children Psychology Revivals

Author : Philip E. Vernon
ISBN : 9781317976318
Genre : Education
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Originally published in 1977, this book looks at the problem of educating highly intelligent and gifted children, which it felt was of paramount importance to modern society. In the 1970s education increasingly focused on average pupils, and often made excellent provision for handicapped children, the authors felt it all the more important for teachers, parents and educationalists generally to be made aware of the special needs of the bright and talented, and how they could best be catered for. In this book Professor Vernon and his two co-authors discuss the provision of special facilities for the education of these children at the time, particularly with reference to the UK and Canada. The serious losses to society when the gifted and specially talented are ignored or repressed are pointed out and the merits and difficulties of alternative schemes are underlined. Detailed consideration is given to the psychological origins and nature of intelligence (both genetic and environmental) and of creativity and special talents (artistic and scientific), and also to available tests and other techniques for identifying exceptionally able children. The book was particularly intended to help teachers and educational administrators of the time, together with the parents of very bright children.

The Gifted Language Learner

Author : Alene Moyer
ISBN : 9781108754033
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Language learners beyond early childhood are scarcely expected to reach native-like abilities in their new language, yet some do. Are these individuals uniquely gifted? If so, are such gifts innate, or the result of intense drive, optimal experience, opportunity, or something else altogether? Bringing together theory and empirical work from across disciplines, this ground-breaking book aims to better understand the perennial mystery of giftedness in language learning (GLL). Incorporating quantitative, qualitative, and case study data, this analysis demonstrates the need to reach across cognitive, neural, emotional, psychological, and social lines to understand native-likeness in a second language. All such 'outliers' face limits, potentials, and choices. What they do in the face of these is key. With this complexity in mind, specific recommendations are provided to re-orient the research toward an appreciation of the individual's role, and a clearer understanding of the inherent balance of nature and nurture in GLL.

Grandparents Guide To Gifted Children

Author : James T. Webb
ISBN : 9780910707688
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Grandparents, with their greater life experience, will often realize?Xeven before the parents?Xthat a child is gifted, and that the child will need additional emotional and intellectual sustenance. Grandparents Guide to Gifted Children includes: ?XEarly signs of giftedness ?XSpecial needs of gifted children ?XAreas of concern ?XUnique roles of grandparents ?XBuilding a bond with a grandchild ?XMaximizing grandparenting ?XEducation plans ?XWhen a grandparent is the parent ?XLeaving a personal legacy

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