Racially, Ethnically, and Linguistically Different Gifted and Talented Students

Ford, D. Y., Coleman, M. R., & Davis, J. L.
2014

FPG senior scientist emerita Mary Ruth Coleman and fellow guest editors introduce a special issue of Gifted Child Today on "Racially, Ethnically, and Linguistically Different Gifted and Talented Students." Feature articles in the issue include: “Addressing Academic and Opportunity Gaps Impacting Gifted Black Males: Implications for School Counselors,” “Recruiting and Retaining Black Male Teachers in Gifted Education,” “Using the Blooms–Banks Matrix to Develop Multicultural Differentiated Lessons for Gifted Students,” “Strength-Based RTI: Developing Gifted Potential in Spanish-Speaking English Language Learners,” and “From Bystander to Upstander Teacher for Gifted Black Students Accused of Acting White.” In addition, three columns appear in the issue: “Multicultural Issues: Gifted Education Discrimination in McFadden v. Board of Education for Illinois School District U-46: A Clarion Call to School Districts, State Departments of Education, and Advocacy Organizations,” “Technology: Student Animation Projects: An Avenue to Promote Creativity and Learning,” and “Curriculum Issues: Back to the Future: Differentiated Curriculum in the Rear View Mirror.”

Available here: Gifted Child Today
Citation: Ford, D. Y., Coleman, M. R., & Davis, J. L. (2014). Racially, ethnically, and linguistically different gifted and talented students. Gifted Child Today, 37, 133-134.
DOI: 10.1177/1076217514533277