Item description for Gifted Children At Home (Gifted Group) by Janice Baker, Kathleen Julicher & Maggie Hogan...
Overview Are you searching out the best possible options for educating your gifted student? Written by three Christian moms who have chosen to home educate their intellectually gifted children, this book will not only guide you through those perplexing doubts and questions but also wholly encourage you with discerning and dependable answers. The goal of this book is to provide the information and resources that will enable you to make important educational decisions with confidence and success. Topics extensively covered include: assessment; characteristics and learning styles; curriculum considerations; techniques; acceleration/skipping; and much more. A much warranted support tool for homeschooling parents in building a firm foundation for their gifted children. Includes resources and reproducibles. Paperback. 160 pages.
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Studio: Bright Ideas Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Bright Ideas Press
ISBN 189242701X ISBN13 9781892427014
Availability 0 units.
More About Janice Baker, Kathleen Julicher & Maggie Hogan
Janice Baker is the author of Promises, Promises. Her novels involve steamy romance, intriguing plots and happy endings. Writing has become a passion in her life and something she plans to continue for a very long time. When she is not writing, you can find her spending time with her family down at the beach and thinking up more drama for her books.
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Misnamed and uninformed. Sep 27, 2007
I bought this book hoping for help with homeschooling a gifted child. What I got is tables that are incorrect, a HUGE amount of religious information and a HUGE forcing of the Christian religion onto homeschooling families. This book is not advertised as a Christian homeschooling book, but as a book for homeschooling gifted children. It is filled with Bible options, spirituality and religious dogma making it rather closed minded in the arena of homeschooling. I will be returning the book. I found it highly uninformative, with outdated, and incorrect, statistical information and little to no real content. The constant religious aspect was offensive. Beware!