Gifted and talented: working inside out or outside in?

Campbell, Andrew and Kerry, Trevor (2005) Gifted and talented: working inside out or outside in? Gifted Education International, 20 . pp. 274-284. ISSN 02614294

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Abstract

This paper is located in the work of a truly comprehensive school: Brooke Weston CTC. It examines strategies used by the College to promote learning, strategies that maximise the performance of pupils so that value added means that an unexpected proportion might be considered 'gifted and talented'. Comparisons with other schools' strategies are drawn; and messages extracted for more effective practice.

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Additional Information:This paper is located in the work of a truly comprehensive school: Brooke Weston CTC. It examines strategies used by the College to promote learning, strategies that maximise the performance of pupils so that value added means that an unexpected proportion might be considered 'gifted and talented'. Comparisons with other schools' strategies are drawn; and messages extracted for more effective practice.
Keywords:gifted, talented, able, curriculum, examinations, differentiation, performance by gender, master classes
Subjects:X Education > X330 Academic studies in Secondary Education
Divisions:College of Social Science > Centre for Educational Research & Development (CERD)
ID Code:1747
Deposited By: Trevor Kerry
Deposited On:23 Dec 2008 13:09
Last Modified:18 Jul 2011 16:20

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