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Creativity and Giftedness

Creativity and Giftedness

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May 2004 | 224 pages | Corwin
Misconceptions about the connection between creativity and giftedness are debunked, and dynamic means of recognizing, assessing, and nurturing creativity are discussed.
About the Editors
Sally M. Reis
Series Introduction
Donald J. Treffinger
Introduction to Creativity and Giftedness
W. J. J. Gordon, T. Poze
1. SES Synectics and Gifted Education Today
E. Paul Torrance
2. Lessons About Giftedness and Creativity From a Nation of 115 Million Overachievers
John Curtis Gowan
3. The Use of Developmental Stage Theory in Helping Gifted Children Become Creative
E. Paul Torrance
4. Predicting the Creativity of Elementary School Children (1958-80) - and the Teacher Who "Made a Difference"
Gary A. Davis
5. Personal Creative Thinking Techniques
Calvin W. Taylor, Diane Sacks
6. Facilitating Lifetime Creative Processes - A Think Piece
Joe Khatena
7. Myth: Creativity Is Too Difficult To Measure
Calvin W. Taylor
8. Developing Creative Excellence in Students: The Neglected History-Making Ingredient Which Would Keep Our Nation From Being at Risk
E. Paul Torrance
9. The Role of Creativity in Identification of the Gifted and Talented
Donald J. Treffinger
10. Research on Creativity
Gary A. Davis
11. Objectives and Activities for Teaching Creative Thinking
Marcia A. B. Delcourt
12. Creative Productivity Among Secondary School Students: Combining Energy, Interest, and Imagination
Gina D. Schack
13. Effects of a Creative Problem-Solving Curriculum on Students of Varying Ability Levels
Robert J. Sternberg and Todd I. Lubart
14. Creative Giftedness: A Multivariate Investment Approach
Mark A. Runco
15. Divergent Thinking, Creativity, and Giftedness
Scott L. Hunsaker, Carolyn M. Callahan
16. Creativity and Giftedness: Published Instrument Uses and Abuses

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ISBN: 9781412904353