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Ch 4: Assessing & Identifying Gifted Students

About This Chapter

Better understand how gifted students are identified and assessed using this short chapter. These lessons can be used to reinforce your knowledge as a gifted education teacher or help you prepare to take necessary certification exams.

Assessing & Identifying Gifted Students - Chapter Summary

How are potential gifted students assessed? What types of issues are associated with identifying gifted students? What happens if a student is misidentified as gifted? These are some of the topics you will explore when you refer to this chapter.

Video and text lessons provide details about assessment procedures and issues that gifted education teachers should be familiar with. After reviewing these lessons, you should be able to do the following:

  • Explain qualitative and quantitative assessments used to identify gifted students
  • List factors that can lead to the misidentification of a gifted student
  • Identify types of assessments used to select gifted students in special populations
  • Discuss legal and ethical issues relating to the identification of gifted students

This chapter offers a quick and convenient way to review these topics. Access these lessons at all times, from any device, and even print lesson transcripts if desired. Take self-assessment quizzes to ensure that you fully understand the material in one lesson before you move on to the next.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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