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Practice based Instead of the brain-drain that characterises the Western world, Hungary’s Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship Programme is one of the first in the world to achieve a kind of reverse brain-drain: young Hungarians acquire knowledge abroad at the world’s most prestigious higher education institutions and use...

Scientific El Modelo Actiotópico de la Superdotación bajo un enfoque sistémico permite reconocer el desarrollo del talento a través del resultado de la autoorganización y la adaptación de un sistema altamente complejo. El objetivo de este estudio fue comparar los puntajes promedio de estudiantes con alta...

Balanced research and practice In the Netherlands, there are many regional and national collaborative alliances aimed at meeting the educational needs of gifted students. Despite this, a relatively large percentage of school dropouts are gifted. Schools requested a practical tool for supporting the well-being of gifted...

Balanced research and practice Developing countries like Mexico need to provide educational tools to promote talented youth, however, not much is known about Mexican practitioner’s and researchers evaluation of those tools. This poster will assess the importance of the mentioned tools for Mexican practitioners by differentiating...

Scientific The nature and identification of highly able students is a perennial issue within education. In Scotland, universities predominantly assess which students have the ‘potential and talent’ to succeed in undergraduate studies through attainment in national examinations at secondary school. Young people in areas of high...

Balanced research and practice We present three examples of good teacher education practices, aiming for continuous professional development (CPD) of Dutch teachers. In each example, the application of professional standards of teacher education is combined with theoretical and practical knowledge of gifted education. The courses are...