Authors: Ann Rowe, Ph.D., Julie F. Pace, Ph.D., Karin Tulchinsky Cohen
Product Code: 0449
ISBN: 9781618210449
Pages: 252
Availability: In stock.

Gifted students with learning disabilities (GTLD) can be easily missed in the classroom and often have difficulty succeeding with traditional gifted curricula. Creating Effective Programs for Gifted Students With Learning Disabilities provides a road map for understanding assessment and programming for GTLD students in the era of Response to Intervention. The book helps educators understand the often frustrating experiences GTLD students face in the classroom and identify accommodations and adaptations that allow these bright students to demonstrate their gifts and compensate for their processing challenges. Through an examination of current research and case studies, the reader will be introduced to what must be considered when identifying and developing programming for this underserved population.


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Review: Gifted Child Today - June 20, 2014
Guiding readers in understanding the difficulties these students face in the classroom, this book offers advice to educators and parents regarding strategies and accommodations that will allow and encourage every child to reach his or her potential.
Review by: Linda Neumann, 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter - July 1, 2013
In Creating Effective Programs for Gifted Students with Learning Disabilities, the three authors draw on their backgrounds in psychology and education to examine a variety of aspects of twice exceptionality. They provide multiple real-world profiles and case studies throughout the book that help readers get a picture of what twice exceptionality is all about, what types of strengths and weaknesses these students may display, and what does and does not work in building on their strengths and addressing their weaknesses. This book can serve as a useful reference resource for those looking for facts, best practices, research results, and experts’ opinions and recommendations on the assessment, identification, and education of twice-exceptional children.

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