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Program Evaluation in Gifted Education
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Program Evaluation in Gifted Education

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May 2004 | 168 pages | Corwin

Published in Association with National Association for Gifted Children

The readings in this volume report on specific programme evaluations, offer critical guidance in the development and utilization of instruments for assessing Gifted and Talented programmes, and provide stimuli for the discussion of issues surrounding G/T programme evaluation.
 
About the Editors
Sally M. Reis
Series Introduction
Carolyn M. Callahan
Introduction to Program Evaluation in Gifted Education
Carolyn M. Callahan
1. Asking the Right Questions: The Central Issue in Evaluating Programs for the Gifted and Talented
Kyle R. Carter, Wilma Hamilton
2. Formative Evaluation of Gifted Programs: A Process and Model
Marilynn J. Kulieke
3. The Role of Evaluation in Inservice and Staff Development for Educators of the Gifted
Grant Wiggins
4. Anchoring Assessment With Exemplars: Why Students and Teachers Need Models
Sally M. Reis, Joseph S. Renzulli
5. The Assessment of Creative Products in Programs for Gifted and Talented Students
Linda D. Avery, Joyce VanTassel-Baska, and Barbara O'Neill
6. Making Evaluation Work: One School District's Experience
Mary S. Landrum
7. An Evaluation of the Catalyst Program: Consultation and Collaboration in Gifted Education
Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Gordon B. Willis, and Donna Meyer
8. Evaluation of a Full-Time Self-Contained Class for Gifted Students
Eva L. Baker, John Schacter
9. Expert Benchmarks for Student Academic Performance: The Case for Gifted Children
Sara W. Lundsteen
10. Qualitative Assessment of Gifted Education
 
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Series Introduction by Sally M. Reis

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