Building gifts into talents : Overview of the DMGT

@inproceedings{Gagn2008BuildingGI,
  title={Building gifts into talents : Overview of the DMGT},
  author={Françoys Gagn{\'e}},
  year={2008}
}
When the two terms are differentiated, the distinction may take many forms. Some apply the term 'gifted' to high cognitive abilities, and the term 'talented' to all other forms of excellence (e.g., arts, sports, technology). Others consider giftedness to represent a higher order of excellence than talent. Still others associate giftedness with some mature expression as opposed to a vision of talent as an undeveloped ability. In other words, if we were to extract from major publications in the… CONTINUE READING