Students with Both Gifts and Learning Disabilities: Identification, Assessment, and Outcomes by Tina A. NewmanStudents with Both Gifts and Learning Disabilities: Identification, Assessment, and Outcomes by Tina A. Newman

Students with Both Gifts and Learning Disabilities: Identification, Assessment, and Outcomes

byTina A. NewmanEditorRobert J. Sternberg

Paperback | September 15, 2012

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We were motivated to edit this book when we began to hear stories of exceptional students who were struggling with reading, writing, or math, but who could solve seemingly any problem with computers, or build the most intricate structures with Legos, or could draw beautiful pictures, or could tell the most creative stories but ended up in tears when asked to write it out. How is it possible to have so much talent in some areas and yet to appear to have a disability in another? What resources are available for these students? How can we ensure that these students' abilities are nurtured and developed? Our goal in this book is to provide ideas and possibly even tentative answers for educators and to stimulate more questions to be answered by researchers. We have ourselves been addressing related questions for some time. Our group at the PACE Center at Yale has explored the developmentof abilities, competencies and expertise that allow people to be successful in life. Through this work, we have collaborated with school districts and other educators and researchers across the country to expand the notion ofwhat is traditionally thought ofas intelligence. We use the conceptofsuccessful intelligence to allow for the possibility that the skills traditionally taught in school are not the only ones, and often not even the most important ones, that allow people to be successful in the world.
Title:Students with Both Gifts and Learning Disabilities: Identification, Assessment, and OutcomesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pagesPublished:September 15, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:146134798X

ISBN - 13:9781461347989

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Table of Contents

Introduction Susan Baum. 1. Learning Disabilities, Giftedness, and Gifted/LD Robert J. Sternberg and Elena Grigorenko. 2. The Identification of Gifted Students with Learning Disabilities: Challenges, Controversies, and Promising Practices. D. Betsy McCoach, Thomas J. Kehle, Melissa A. Bray, and Del Siegle. 3. Unraveling the Mysteries of GLD: Toward the Application of Cognitive Theory to Assessment Judy L. Lupart. 4. Linking Assessment and Diagnosis to Intervention for Gifted Students with Learning Disabilities Linda E. Brody and Carol J. Mills. 5. Dyslexia and Visual Spatial Talents: Are They Connected? Catya von Károlyi and Ellen Winner. 6. To Read but Not to Read: Identifying and Understanding the Nature of Poor Reading Comprehension in Children Kate Nation. 7. Gifted Adults with Learning Disabilities in Postsecondary Settings. Mary K. Tallent-Runnels and Carol A. Layton. 8. Compensation Strategies Used by High Ability Students with Learning Disabilities Sally M. Reis and Lila M. Ruban. 9. Summoning Up the Spirits from the Vast Deep: LD and Giftedness in Historic Persons P.G. Aaron, R. Malatesha Joshi, and Emily S. Ocker. 10. Interventions Work, but We Need More! Tina M. Newman. Index.