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Balanced research and practice High ability is still mainly connotated with academic domains and research based data are numerous in this field. But when it comes to vocational trainings or professional talents research is comparatively sparse. In order to create a new tradition in talking about highly...

Scientific Total grouping for the attention of students with high abilities has had a positive impact both academically, socially, emotionally and creatively. There has been much discussion as to whether creativity differs according to gender; however, the results of various studies have been contradictory.A pre-experimental study...

Balanced research and practice 21st century-skill frameworks in the educational field can benefit from studies exploring accelerated development and expression in childhood and adolescence. Those objectives include such social acts as knowledge sharing, thinking, innovation and creation. In this presentation we seek to explore further data...

Balanced research and practice Many professionals working in the gifted field resonate with Dabrowski’s theory of positive disintegration (TPD). For some, it remains an elusive theory. In this workshop we will dive into the personality development of the world-renowned climate activist Greta Thunberg. By connecting her...

Balanced research and practice Background: School closures and online instruction were implemented in the spring of 2020 as preventative measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in countries across the world. In the United States and abroad, educators faced the unprecedented challenge of supporting...

Practice based Bright persons are born with many innate abilities. These abilities can be enhanced and updated from time to time. The number of abilities is not static but can be increased. Those that are not innate can be acquired. Abilities are analogous to computer functions...

Balanced research and practice Systematic preschool gifted education programs rarely exist in public elementary schools. The current study explored the perceptions of 16 preschool teachers (general and special education teachers) from two public schools in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) regarding their views about various...