SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
Gifted Education and Pseudoscience - Gifted Education Review Issue #6
The sixth issue of the Gifted Education Review is now available.
Articles in this issue include:
- Armchair Dogma: What It Is and Why We Believe by Angela Novak
- Why Should Educators and Parents Care about the Replication Crisis in Psychology? by Erin M. Miller & Clarice J. Morris
- When Not to Trust Your Common Sense in Education by Jeb Puryear
- Seven Questions for Scott J. Peters by James Bishop
- Myths and Research Regarding the Socio-Emotional Needs of the Gifted by Celeste D.C. Sodergren & Yasmin C. Laird
- Book Finds by Sarah A. Chambers & Felicia Turner
The purpose of The Gifted Education Review is to “bridge the gap between researchers and practitioners.” We hope to accomplish this by selecting the most useful research for practitioners in the field of Gifted and Talented education and presenting it in an easily digestible manner that summarizes the findings and addresses the practical implications in the classroom. In addition, we will include articles with practical advice by practitioners on the frontlines of Gifted and Talented education.
Click on the link to access the current issue: GER Issue #6
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