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Exploring Gifted Education
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Introduction Jane M. Jarvis and Jennifer L. Jolly Chapter 1. Framing Gifted Education in Australia and New Zealand Roger Moltzen, Jennifer L. Jolly, and Jane M. Jarvis Chapter 2. Identification of Gifted and Twice-Exceptional Students Jae Yup Jung and Peta Hay Chapter 3. Creativity and Giftedness Peter Merrotsy Chapter 4. Gifted Students With Disability: Twice Exceptional Learners Trevor Clark and Catherine Wormald Chapter 5. Supporting the Affective Needs of Gifted Learners Janna Wardman Chapter 6. Cultivating Teachers to Work With Gifted Students Leonie Kronborg Chapter 7. Designing and Adapting Curriculum for Academically Gifted Students Jane M. Jarvis Chapter 8. School Programs and Strategies for Gifted Learners Lesley Henderson and Tracy Riley Chapter 9. Giftedness in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics James J. Watters Chapter 10 Early Childhood Environments and Education Kerry Hodge and Anne Grant Chapter 11. Gifted Students in Rural and Remote Settings Margaret Plunkett Chapter 12. Parents and Gifted and Talented Children Jennifer L. Jolly Chapter 13. Gifted Education in Australia and New Zealand: Reflections and Future Directions Jane M. Jarvis, Jennifer L. Jolly, and Roger Moltzen

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Jennifer L. Jolly is an Associate Professor at the University of Alabama, and her previous positions include Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales. She serves as Association Editor for the National Association for Gifted Children and is a past editor of Parenting for High Potential. Her research interests include the history of gifted education, parents of gifted children, and homeschooling gifted children. Jane M. Jarvis is a Senior Lecturer at Flinders University in South Australia, where her research, teaching, and consultancy work with schools focusses on addressing learner diversity through differentiated curriculum and inclusive educational practices, including for gifted students. Jane is an Associate Editor of the Australasian Journal of Gifted Education.

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