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By Eunsook Hong;Roberta M. Milgram

Combating expertise Loss offers a complete version of giftedness and skill for all educators together with academics, counselors, and directors. via offering a precis of theory-driven, evidence-based wisdom, Hong and Milgram provide leading edge and sensible recommendations for assembly the problem of dealing with expertise loss. This huge ebook distinguishes the real distinction among professional expertise and inventive expertise. whereas different books specialise in the right way to increase the method of opting for the talented and proficient, combating expertise Loss presents educators with the skill to individualize their curriculum and guideline in commonplace study rooms.

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Human brain) are influenced by environment, culture, and social context. 1, is a broad, multidimensional, formulation of giftedness and talent. Two types of manifested talent, one labeled expert talent and the other creative talent, are the major components of this conceptualization of giftedness. These two talents, the culminating manifestation of individuals’ talent development, are discussed in Chapter 12. 1) – cognitive abilities, personal–psychological attributes, and environmental–social factors – which are foundations for realizing potential talent.

For example, science-oriented students report more analytical thinking during the insight stage than art-oriented students, and differences vary according to the time period of the creative process (Feist, 1991). The presence of high intelligence in young children may be a strong clue for identifying high creative potential. Conversely, creatively gifted people may excel in the analytical-thinking processes of problem definition, selective encoding, selective combination, and selective comparison skills.

To throw a ball to a proper receiver, for example, the player needs to analyze, judge, compare, choose, and evaluate, and then actual throwing would occur after the basic cognitive thinking process had taken place. With more practice, this thinking would not require much time; the footballer would have stored many position patterns, thus thinking could become just a matter of pattern recognition and pattern matching. This process is required for acquiring expertise in the 30 • Cognitive Abilities and Talent Development particular domain.

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