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Teaching Gifted Learners in STEM Subjects


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Editorial introduction

1) Knowledge sans frontie res?: Conceptualising STEM in the curriculum to facilitate creativity and knowledge integration (Keith S Taber)

2) Developing STEM Talent in the Early School Years: STEM Starters and its Next Generation Scale Up (Ann Robinson)

3) Teacher Beliefs Regarding Gifted and Highly Able Learners in STEM Schools in the US (Colby Tofel-Grehl, Carolyn M. Callahan and Scott Hunsaker)

4) Parent or Guardian Characteristics and Talented Students' Persistence in STEM (John T. Almarode, Rena F. Subotnik, Katherine P. Dabney, Edward Crowe, Robert H. Tai and Christopher Kolar)

5) Talent development of STEM experts (Katsuro Kitamura)

6) What factors contribute to the development of gifted female scientists? Insights from two case studies (Kirsi Tirri and Elina Kuusisto)

7) An extra-curricular gifted support program in Hungary for exceptional students in mathematics (Ja nos Gordon Gyo ri and Pe ter Juha sz)

8) "It's great to be able to talk and discuss with other talented mathematicians": AskNRICH, an Internet opportunity for connecting like-minded gifted learners (Libby Jared)

9) Learning science through PROFILES: Are there any benefits for gifted students in elementary school? (Mojca Juris evic and Iztok Devetak)

10) Talented Students And Motivated Teachers: An Interactive And Synergistic Tandem To Design Innovative Hands-On Learning Practices In Biosciences (David S Horner, Giovanna Viale, Cinzia Grazioli, Livia Pirovano, David Micklos and Paolo Plevani)

11) Challenging gifted students in Science - the German Science Olympiads (Stefan Petersen, Janet Blankenburg and Tim Ho ffler)

12) Incorporating nanotechnology into K-12 education, with a special focus on gifted students (Hsiao-Ping Yu, Chen-Ming Chen and Enyi Jen)

13) Nurturing Virtuous Minds in Gifted Engineering Learners (Rosanna Yuen-Yan Chan and Cecilia Ka Yuk Chan)

14) Design-based challenges as a means of encouraging creativity (Stephanie Hathcock and Daniel Dickerson)

15) Enhancing Gifted Early Elementary Students' Learning Experiences Through Engineering Design (Lauren Madden and Jill Turner)

16) STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Mathematics) Education for Gifted Young Children: A Glocal Approach to Science Education for the Gifted (Manabu Sumida)


About the Author

Keith S Taber is Professor of Science Education at the University of Cambridge, UK Manabu Sumida is Professor at the Faculty of Education, Ehime University, JAPAN Lynne McClure is Director of Cambridge Mathematics, based at the University of Cambridge, UK.

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