Giftedness in the Euro-American Culture

@inproceedings{Kaufman2020GiftednessIT,
  title={Giftedness in the Euro-American Culture},
  author={S. Kaufman and R. Sternberg},
  year={2020}
}
The first author was recently conducting psychological research at a sixth-form college (which takes in students who are in their last 2 years of secondary education) in England. During a break from testing, he asked a few teachers what they thought about giftedness and how it should be assessed and nurtured. The teachers seemed quite perplexed and asked the author to define what he meant by giftedness. The author remarked that there surely must be some criteria they use to define giftedness in… Expand
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