3 edition of Gifted youth at risk found in the catalog.
Gifted youth at risk
|Statement||Joyce VanTassel-Baska, James M. Patton, Douglas Prillaman.|
|Contributions||Patton, James M., Prillaman, Douglas., ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children.|
|LC Classifications||LC3993.9 .V36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||91027494|
particular, at-risk gifted students have taken the hardest hits. The topics of this literature review were presented in isolation. However, later sections will investigate if, indeed, identification, social hierarchy, advocacy, life issues, and rigor played significant roles simultaneously in the life of a youth who is considered gifted and at. Gifted youth may be especially susceptible to experiencing Existential Dread. If teachers, parents and students work together, the following solutions are suggested for consideration: a) nourish students socially, (b) work toward acceptance of giftedness and teach methods for enhancing emotional development, (c) provide philosophical nurturance.
Teens who are considered to be at-risk have a plethora of issues that need to be addressed, and learning in school is only one of them. By working with these teens by using effective intervention strategies for studying and learning, it's possible to help guide them on the right educational course. Because gifted children demonstrate greater maturity in some domains over others, they may be at greater risk for specific kinds of social-emotional difficulties if their needs are not met. These aspects may include heightened awareness, anxiety, perfectionism, stress, issues with peer relationships, and concerns with identity and fit. Parents, adults, and caregivers in their.
Case Study: A Gifted Child at Risk. Saunders, Caryln L. Reclaiming Children and Youth: Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Problems, v6 n4 p Win A counseling psychologist in private practice provides a psychoeducational report of an 8-year-old second-grade male experiencing behavior problems. Results of testing show the boy to be. Young, Gifted & @Risk (YGAR) is an annual conference series by The Steve Fund (TSF), hosted at colleges and universities. This year the conference series will be hosted at the University of Michigan, Georgetown University, and The City University of New Steve Fund offers a Knowledge Center with curated expert information. With multicultural mental .
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: Gifted Youth at Risk: A Report of a National Study (): VanTassel-Baska, Joyce, Patton, James M., Prillaman, Douglas: BooksCited by: Analysis of the state-level data focused on definitions of "disadvantagement," program standards for the at-risk gifted population, identification practices, and funding.
Analysis of data from school districts dealt with: application of the disadvantagement definition; types of differential programming; and program evaluation. Gifted youth at risk. Reston, Va.: Council for Exceptional Children, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joyce VanTassel-Baska; James M Patton; Douglas Prillaman; ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children.
Gifted Kids at Risk: Who's Listening. By Patricia A. Schuler. Driving home from last week’s Hollingworth Conference on the Highly Gifted, I heard a radio interview with Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul.
He spoke of the loss of empathy in our lives. Gifted Students at Risk "And so it was that an effort that arose out of concern at the lack of fair racial representation produced a solution that nearly all its architects and proponents, including Strauss, admit is unlikely to deliver many more black and Hispanic students " Catherine Gewertz, Affirmative Reaction.
This book presents a very thoughtful approach to working with this population, which is deeply grounded in compassion, positive youth development, and the critical importance clinician's own deep mindfulness practice.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who aspires to support the healing and resilience of youth living in high-risk s: 9. Gifted youth who use substances may be one subgroup more at risk for maladjustment as characterized in the above sections.
The Present Study To address the dearth of research on alcohol use among gifted adolescents, the current study examines the extent to which academically gifted adolescents use alcohol relative to their nongifted peers.
Gifted adolescents’ inability to deal with complex and intense feelings may be a source of vulnerability that can contribute to suicidal thoughts.
Parents and teachers must recognize warning signals of suicide risk to successfully intervene. It is not merely because the adolescent is gifted that he/she is immune to emotional distress. GIFTED YOUTH is a full service creative production company.
We make content for television, the web, and your phones. We believe in the magic of imagination, the wonders of creative content, the power of storytelling and the medicinal purposes of laughter. Gifted children within these schools are particularly at risk because they are often overlooked (2).
Researchers have also posited that the identification of a high ability learner from CLD and lower SES background is significantly impacted by inaccurate perceptions held by. At-Risk Youth and the Creative Process Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D.
Talented children and youth who are disruptive, or violent, or delinquent, or just poor students are a paradox worthy of exploration in a search for new solutions or explanations. Ken Seeley (). Ideas gleaned from Youth in Crisis (Barrett, ) are presented as being particularly relevant to the phenomenon of youth suicide.
Finally, a program of guidance designed with the specific social and emotional needs of gifted persons in mind is recommended. Abstract The large body of literature on resilience and coping gives promise to finding specific ways in which teachers, counselors, and schools can enhance success among gifted and talented children and youth placed at risk.
The Gifted Adolescent at Risk: Strategies and Resources for Suicide Prevention among Gifted Youth. Delisle, James R. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, v13 n3 p Spr This article reviews techniques such as bibliotherapy, positive self-talk, and self-concept activities useful in suicide prevention curricula for gifted students.
Get this from a library. Gifted youth at risk: a report of a national study. [Joyce VanTassel-Baska; James M Patton; Douglas Prillaman; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)] -- This study explored the nature and extent of programs and services available for culturally diverse and economically disadvantaged gifted learners.
Data were gathered through a questionnaire. Mensa and the Mensa Foundation offer a range of benefits for gifted youth, and joining Mensa has never been easier. Join Mensa Today Mensa is an international organization with chapters in dozens of countries. Helping at-risk students succeed.
A psychologist-designed program that supports learning among at-risk kids gains nationwide momentum. By Tori DeAngelis. FebruaryNo. Print version: page Harvey is executive director of the National Superintendents Roundtable, and was a senior staff member of the National Commission on Excellence in Education who contributed to “A Nation at Risk.”.
Students with gifts and talents perform—or have the capability to perform—at higher levels compared to others of the same age, experience, and environment in one or more domains. They require modification(s) to their educational experience(s) to learn and realize their potential.
Student with gifts and talents: Come from all racial, ethnic, and cultural populations, as well as. It is a good book for those older gifted children who ask deep questions about the meaning of life. The Gifted Kids Survival Guide for Ages 10 & Under.
Buy on Amazon. Written with plenty of input from gifted children, this book can help young gifted children come to terms with their giftedness. These children often feel different and out. Abstract: The need for comprehensive, clinically-sound therapeutic programs for at-risk adolescents is high.
While promising efforts have been made to examine the effectiveness of a rising number of private therapeutic programs and schools, few of these studies have taken into account the thoughts and opinions of their primary consumers—affluent adolescents.The Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page on Depression and Suicide quotes Maureen Neihart: “Although it is a popular notion that gifted children are at risk for higher rates of depression and suicide than their average, no empirical data supports this belief, except for students who are creatively gifted in the visual arts and writing.Gifted children: Youth mental health update.
and their areas of talent (5). At the present time counseling techniques specifically for the gifted are being developed (6), and books for parents and teachers have been written (7).
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