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1. Science education for gifted learners? Keith S. Taber 2. The characteristics of the gifted and exceptionally able in science John K. Gilbert & Matthew Newberry 3. Gifted science learners with special educational needs Carrie Winstanley 4. The emotional lives of fledgling geniuses Steve Alsop 5. Opportunities for Gifted Science Provision in the Context of a Learner-Centred National Curriculum Richard K. Coll 6. Developing the thinking of gifted students through science Keith S. Taber & Vivien Corrie 7. Challenging able science learners through models and modelling Andrew Grevatt, John K. Gilbert & Matthew Newberry 8. Challenging gifted learners through classroom dialogue Phil Scott 9. Asking questions in classroom science Mike Watts and Helena Pedrosa de Jesus 10. Teaching controversial socio-scientific issues to gifted and talented students Ralph Levinson 11. Context-based science: a ?gift horse? for the talented? Vanessa Kind 12. Choice for the gifted: lessons from teaching about scientific explanations Keith S. Taber 13. Practical Work for the gifted in science Alan West 14. Working together to provide Enrichment for Able Science Learners Keith S. Taber & Fran Riga 15. Bringing learners and scientific expertise together Matthew Newberry & John K. Gilbert 16. An Agenda for Science Education for Gifted Learners Keith S. Taber References Index Notes on contributors:
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Science -- Study and teaching.
Gifted children -- Identification.
Gifted children -- Education.