2008 Publications Relating to Gifted Education in the United Kingdom

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A systematic review of interventions aimed at improving the educational achievement of pupils identified as gifted and talented (see citation page 4) (2008)

Handbook for leading teachers for Gifted and Talented Education (revised 2008)

Gifted and Talented Education: Helping to find and support children with dual or multiple exceptionalities (2008)

Gifted and Talented education guidance on preventing underachievement: a focus on exceptionally able pupils

National Register Annual Report 2008

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Evidence on the effects of selective education systems – CEM Centre for Sutton Trust (October 2008)

Effective provision for gifted and talented children in primary education (revised May 2008)

Identifying gifted and talented learners – getting started (Revised May 2008)

Gifted and Talented Classroom Quality Standards (CQS) guided resource: a subject focus (2008)

Classroom Quality Standards – maths (2008)

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Classroom Quality Standards – Science (2008)

Classroom Quality Standards – English (2008)

Classroom Quality Standards – ICT (2008)

EPPI Report – DCSF Research Brief (2008)

System Guide for Accredited YG&T Providers (2008)

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Young Gifted and Talented (YG&T) (March 2008)

2 thoughts on “2008 Publications Relating to Gifted Education in the United Kingdom

  1. Hello Gifted Phoenix, was there a ‘focus on’ document for gifted and talented students with EAL? I thought I had seen one somewhere but I can’t find it now.

  2. Hi Rebecca

    London Gifted and Talented ran the REAL Project. You can access some of the materials via this website – you have to register first (and I note that the links for the two project reports are dead).

    I’m sure Ian Warwick will provide anything that’s missing.

    I should really load these materials on to the site – I’ll try to remember to do that soon.

    Best wishes

    GP

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