Table of contents for The handbook of secondary gifted education / edited by Felicia A. Dixon & Sidney M. Moon.

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CONTENTS
	Introduction	xv
by Felicia A. Dixon & Sidney M. Moon
PART 1: ON BEING GIFTED AND ADOLESCENT
1. 	Conceptions of Giftedness in Adolescence	7
by Sidney M. Moon & Felicia A. Dixon
Adolescence	7
Conceptions of Giftedness	8
A Holistic, Developmental Framework	23
Conclusion	30
References 	30
2. 	Identity and Career Development in Gifted Students	35
by Thomas P. H¿bert & Kevin R. Kelly
Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development	37
Erikson's Theory of Identity Development	38
Marcia's Theory of Identity Formation	39
Identity Formation in Females	41
Identity in Racially Diverse Populations	44
Identity Development in Gifted Adolescents	46
Career Development of Gifted Adolescents 	50
Implications for Secondary Educators	57
References	60
3. 	Social-Emotional Development of Gifted Adolescents	65
by Susan G. Assouline & Nicholas Colangelo
Definitions and background	66
Counseling and social-emotional development of gifted students	67
Teenage environment-Family, friends, and school	67
Self-concept	71
College/Career Counseling with Gifted Students	75
Multipotentiality	75
Underachievement	77
Gifted Students with Disabilities	80
Summary	82
References	82
4.	Gender, Adolescence, and Giftedness	87
by Sally M. Reis
Gender Role Identity Issues 	89
Gender, Adolescence, and Giftedness	89
Teacher Attitudes and Gender 	95
Research about Gender, Giftedness, and Adolescence	98
Implications for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors 
Related to Gender and Adolescence	101
References	106
5. 	Being Gifted and Adolescent: 
Issues and Needs of Students of Color	113
by Donna Y. Ford & James L. Moore III
Background and Definitions	113
Culture: A Brief Overview	116
Socio-emotional Issues Facing Gifted Students of Color	121
Psychological Issues Facing Gifted Students of Color: 
African Americans as a Case in Point	124
Implications and Recommendations for Educators and Parents	129
Summary	132
References	133
6.	The Twice-Exceptional Adolescents: 
Who Are They? What Do They Need?	137
by Susan M. Baum, Mary G. Rizza, & Sara Renzulli
Who are Twice-exceptional Students?	138
What Is it Like to Be Twice-Exceptional? 	140
The Problem	141
Meeting the Needs of Twice-Exceptional Adolescent Students	153
The Comprehensive Plan	155
Conclusion	160
References	161
7.	Motivation and Gifted Adolescents	165
by Helen Patrick, Marcia Gentry, & Steven V. Owen
Motivated and Gifted Adolescents	165
Developmental Issues of Adolescence	167
Understanding and Explaining Motivation: Theories and Research	170
Gifted Students' Motivational Beliefs and Implications of those Beliefs	181
Issues and Directions for Future Research	188
References	189
PART 2: TALENT DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE
8.	Understanding Elite Talent in Academic Domains: 
A Developmental Trajectory From Basic Abilities 
to Scholarly Productivity/Artistry	203
by Linda Jarvin & Rena Subotnik
Introduction to the Academic Talent Domain	203
Domain-Specific Characteristics of Academically Talented Adolescents: 
Components of a Developmental Trajectory Model	207
Domain-Specific Talent Facilitators	214
Domain-Specific Talent Inhibitors	215
Domain-Specific Talent 	215
Development Opportunities	215
Appendix A: Internet Resources	217
References 	218
Author Note	220
9.	Development of Visual Arts Talent in Adolescence	221
by F. Robert Sabol
Introduction to Talent in the Visual Arts	221
Defining Talent in the Visual Arts	222
Characteristics of Adolescents Talented in the Visual Arts	224
Visual Arts Talent Facilitators	231
Visual and Performing Arts Talent Inhibitors	233
Visual Arts Talent Development Opportunities	239
Conclusion	244
References	244
10.	Personal and Social Talent Development	249
by Sidney M. Moon & Karen Ray
Personal Talent 	251
Assessing Personal Talent	251
Personal Talent Development	255
Social Talent Development	261
Conclusion	273
References	273
11.	Talent Development in Sports	281
by Jacques H. A. van Rossum & Fran¿oys Gagn¿
The Differentiated Model of Giftedness and Talent	282
The Talent Development Trio	285
The Trio of Catalysts	291
What Makes the Difference?	302
Conclusion	309
References 	311
PART 3: WHAT SCHOOLS CAN DO
12.	Critical Thinking: A Foundation for Challenging Content	323
by Felicia A. Dixon
Theoretical Rationale	326
The Adolescent Experience and Thinking	327
Review of Current Empirical Literature	329
Strategies	332
Conclusion	339
References	340
13.	Creative Thinking	343
by Cheryll M. Adams & Rebecca L. Pierce
Adolescence and Adolescents' Need for Creative Expression	343
Theoretical Rationale for Teaching Creativity to Gifted Adolescents	344
Review of the Current Empirical Literature	347
Challenging Curriculum	348
Strategies Used to Impart Curriculum	351
Appropriate Assessment	354
Final Thoughts	357
References	357
14.	Secondary English for High-Ability Students	363
by Felicia A. Dixon
Theoretical Rationale	365
Review of Current Empirical Literature	367
Focus of This Chapter	372
Appropriate Strategies for Secondary Verbally Gifted Students	372
Conclusion	390
References	390
15.	"Pulling the Cat's Tail" in Social Studies 
and History Classrooms	393
by William J. Stepien & William C. Stepien
Student Attitudes Toward Social Education	394
The Primary Purpose of Social Studies and History Education	394
The Process of Inquiry 	396
Characteristics of Gifted Learners	399
"Pulling the Cat's Tail"	401
Standards Affecting Quality	401
Differentiation in Social Studies and History	404
Constructivist Methodology	410
Problem-Based Learning	412
Conclusion	423
Reference List	424
16.	Guiding Gifted Students Toward Science Expertise	427
by Shelagh Gallagher
Theoretical Rationale	428
Empirical Research	432
Curriculum Examples: Middle School	441
Curriculum Examples: High School	444
Picking Among the Projects	448
Instruction in Middle and High School	449
Assessment	450
Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, 
and the National Research Council	451
Challenges to Change	452
Facing the Future	454
References	454
17.	Secondary Mathematics for High-Ability Students	461
by Scott A. Chamberlin
Rationale for Challenging High Level Mathematicians	461
Definition of Mathematical Giftedness	462
Theoretical Rationale for Teaching Mathematics to Gifted Adolescents	462
Review of Current Empirical Literature	464
Middle School and High School 	467
Teaching Strategies	467
Challenging Curricula for Middle School and High School	470
Sample Plan of Study for Gifted Math Students	472
Conclusion	476
References	476
18.	Secondary Affective Curriculum and Instruction 
for Gifted Learners	481
by Joyce VanTassel-Baska
Review of Relevant Theory and Research	482
The Integrated Curriculum Model as a Framework for Affective Curriculum	484
Emotional Intelligence	485
Sample Lesson Design #1	486
Sample Lesson Design #2	487
Sample Lesson Design #3	489
Sample Lesson Design #4	490
Summary of Lessons	490
Writing About Emotions	491
Strategies for Working With Gifted Secondary Learners on Affective Issues	491
A Model Lesson: The Socratic Seminar Approach	492
Model Lesson:Literature/Arts Web	494
Model Lesson: Problem-Based Learning (PBL)	496
Organizing Secondary Curriculum Options	497
Conclusion 	500
References	501
19.	Secondary Program Models and the Evaluation 
of Secondary Programs	505
by Carolyn M. Callahan
Categories and Descriptions of Models	507
Research and Evaluations of Effectiveness 	516
Selecting Options for Gifted Programs	522
References	523
20.	Extracurricular Activities	527
by Eric Calvert & Eric Cleveland
General Effects	528
Types of Extracurricular Activities	530
Competition	536
Extracurricular Activities in the College Portfolio	537
Finding Balance 	539
Extracurricular Activities and Gifted Students: 
Recommendations for Educators	541
Future Directions	542
Organizations and Resources on the Web	544
References	545
21.	Special Schools for the Gifted and Talented	547
by Michael F. Sayler
Special Schools for the Gifted	548
Conclusions	556
References	557
PART 4: WHAT TEACHER EDUCATION CAN DO
22.	Teachers of Secondary Gifted Students What Makes 
Them Effective	567
by Julia Roberts
Characteristics and Practices of Effective Teachers	568
Research on Teacher Effectiveness	570
National Concern About Secondary Teaching	572
What Effective Teachers of Gifted Students Need 
to Know, Understand, and Be Able to Do	574
Recommendations	577
References	579
23.	Preparing Teachers to Work With High-Ability Youth 
at the Secondary Level: Issues and Implications for Licensure	581
by Ann Robinson & Penny Britton Kolloff
Glenn's High School Story	581
Middle School Conversations at Jefferson	582
Purpose	583
Literature on Teacher Preparation in Gifted Education	584
From Input Systems to Output Systems in Teacher Preparation: 
A Short History	589
Outcomes and Assessments for Teacher Preparation: 
Implications for Secondary Teachers	590
Recommended Secondary Content and Resources 
for Teacher Preparation Programs	591
Alignment of the Outcomes and the Assessments	605
24.	Professional Development for the Education 
of Secondary Gifted Students	611
by Peggy A. Dettmer, Mary S. Landrum, & Teresa N. Miller
Scenario	611
Defining Professional Development	612
Guidelines for Expected Competencies	614
Professional Development Components	615
Rationale for Professional Development	616
Purposes and Goals of Professional Development	617
Determining the Professional Needs of Potential 
Professional Development Participants 	619
Participant Involvement in Planning 	620
Professional Development	620
Topics for Professional Development	625
Diversity Issues in Professional Development	627
Models and Methods of Professional Development	628
Rural Area Professional Development	633
Formats and Techniques for Professional Development	634
Evaluation, Follow-Up, and Follow-Through of Professional Development	637
Sample Professional Development Plans	640
Example One	640
Example Two	641
Example Three	642
Conclusion	643
References	645
25.	Superintendents, Principals, and Counselors 
Facilitating Secondary Gifted Education	649
by Jean Peterson
Superintendents 	650
Principals	653
School Counselors	662
Conclusion	667
References	668
About the Authors	673
Index	683

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gifted children -- Education (Secondary) -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.