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Towards a Systemic Theory of Gifted Education-1-Towards a Systemic Theory of Gifted Education

@inproceedings{Ziegler2011TowardsAS,
  title={Towards a Systemic Theory of Gifted Education-1-Towards a Systemic Theory of Gifted Education},
  author={A. Ziegler and S. Phillipson},
  year={2011}
}
In this target article, we argue that current approaches to gifted education are based on the erroneous view that to understand the development of exceptionality we need to understand firstly the components of giftedness, including cognitive such as intelligence and noncognitive factors such as motivation. In contrast, systemic approaches to understanding exceptionality focuses on the interactions of these components where it is important to firstly understand the system that leads to… Expand
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