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Characteristics & Development of Gifted Students Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which are characteristics of giftedness?

Question 2 2. The gifted population _____.

Question 3 3. Joseph Renzulli views giftedness as _____.

Question 4 4. How can peer relationships have a negative impact on gifted development?

Question 5 5. How can socioeconomic status impact the development of a gifted child?

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Question 6 6. How can schools better serve gifted students from homes with limited English proficiency?

Question 7 7. Which choice debunks the myth that gifted students are easier to teach than mainstream students?

Question 8 8. Which of the following is NOT a general characteristic of gifted students?

Question 9 9. Which of these does NOT represent one of the challenges of teaching gifted students?

Question 10 10. What does it mean to be gifted?

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Question 11 11. What might you do for a gifted child who struggles with fitting in?

Question 12 12. What might a gifted child with extremely strong intuition notice? Choose the best answer.

Question 13 13. According to Renzulli, at the _____ of above-average ability, task commitment, and creativity you will find gifted behavior.

Question 14 14. How did Renzulli theorize that giftedness arises?

Question 15 15. Laura had an IQ of 100, which is considered _____.

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Question 16 16. _____, when a child is advanced in one area, but delayed in another, is often an early sign of giftedness.

Question 17 17. Why is it important for parents and teachers to be aware of early indicators of giftedness?

Question 18 18. Which scenario illustrates multiple early indicators of giftedness?

Question 19 19. Which of the following is an example of internal pressure on gifted children?

Question 20 20. Which of the following is an example of a disparity between cognition and emotion?

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Question 21 21. Which behavior might be exhibited by gifted children as a result of emotional intensity?

Question 22 22. Marcia's teacher says she shows creativity and innovation. Which is an example of this behavior?

Question 23 23. Which is an example of a gifted student using metacognition?

Question 24 24. _____ students show high potential to perform at high levels when compared to their peers based on common characteristics.

Question 25 25. To confront the previously held myth that gifted students are gifted in all areas, a teacher decides to do which of the following at the beginning of each academic unit?

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Question 26 26. Every time his class goes out to recess, Jason wants to talk to his teacher instead of play with his peers. How might Jason's teacher benefit from some professional development to better meet his student's needs?

Question 27 27. Of the following, what is the most common difficulty in identifying a wide range of students for gifted programs?

Question 28 28. Giftedness is _____.

Question 29 29. How can a student's home location impact the quality of gifted services the child receives?

Question 30 30. Which answer explains why the myth that all gifted students are happy and popular is not true?

Characteristics & Development of Gifted Students Chapter Exam Instructions

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