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They also include in-class adaptations, such as condensing the curriculum, accelerating the pace of study, and providing out-of-class enrichment opportunities.
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Since the late 90s, the development of the brain of people with high IQ scores has been shown to be different than the development of the brain of people with an average IQ scores.
Perfectionism becomes a problem as it frustrates and inhibits achievements.Barnett, Heiner Rindermann, Wendy.10 Motivation, high self-concept, and creativity are key qualities in many of these broadened conceptions of giftedness.Boston: Pearson education, Inc.Allyn and Bacon, 2003.We also touch on the topic of public schools for gifted children.This view is doubted by some scholars who have closely studied gifted children longitudinally.Typically, though, the search for the right school or program for a gifted student is an ongoing process.Strategies include underachievement (discussed student rewards incentives below) and the use of less sophisticated vocabulary when among same-age peers than when among family members or other trusted individuals.45 Racial minority students who are perceived as being disadvantaged from their peers in regards to socioeconomic status tend to have less supportive relations with their teachers (Fitzpatrick, 2015).