C&T 630. Understanding the Nature of Talent in Children and Youth. 3 Hours.

This course addresses the social, cognitive, affective, and other developmental aspects of talent as manifested in children and youth with high potential. The course provides an opportunity to examine characteristics, strengths, and needs of children and their families. The course focuses on the foundational aspects of gifted/talented education: educational and political history of the field, etiology of extraordinary potential, and identification and assessment techniques, instruments, and systems. Included in the course are relevant research, policies and regulations, services, and information resources. Prerequisite: SPED 325, SPED 425, SPED 431, SPED 725 or equivalent. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

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