Dealing with a gifted child- AED222

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RUNNING HEAD: DEALING WITH A GIFTED CHILD . Dealing With a Gifted Child AED222 1/13/12
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RUNNING HEAD: DEALING WITH A GIFTED CHILD There are specific things that should be made aware of when looking at accelerating a child in education. We should first start out by referring to the Renzulli scale. Renzulli considers three factors important for the development of gifted behavior: Above average ability, creativity, and task commitment. After seeing the child meets these characteristics, the child should then be evaluated to test their ability. At this point, an IQ test should be given. Once the student is proven to be gifted, it is important to make sure the child and the parents know their options. The parents should be aware from the beginning. Whether keeping a gifted child in the same grade or moving them up, the parents need to know the options ahead of them for their child. Important information to discuss with the parents is the capability of the child. Expressing to them the potential the child has and the ways they will need to be
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course AED-222 aed-222 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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