The Gifted Learner: How to Help
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The Gifted Learner: How to Help

9781803880501

By (author) Fidelma Healy Eames
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An accessible, straightforward guide to how high learning ability can be recognised, differentiated and supported as a form of neurodiversity among children and young people, and the practical ways in which parents, carers, teachers and schools can help.

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Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 0 cm

Book Type: Paperback / softback

Pages: 220

Publishing Date: 20221130

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Part of the How to Help series of books exploring issues commonly faced by children and young people at home and in school, The Gifted Learner offers an accessible introduction to how high ability students can best be supported to achieve their full potential. Gifted (or more able, or high potential) learners are often overlooked in education, partly because they are diverse and partly because they are seen as bright and thus able to cope without support. In fact giftedness does not mean consistent high ability; gifted children may not excel in all subjects, and many are emotionally immature. As a result they are vulnerable. Drawing on case studies to offer a complete guide to what giftedness is how it can be supported, Fidelma Healy Eames argues that gifted learners must be recognised, understood and nurtured holistically at cognitive and emotional levels - and shows how parents, carers, teachers and schools can help.

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