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Title Exceptionality in East Asia : explorations in the actiotope model of giftedness / edited by Shane N. Phillipson, Heidrun Stoeger, Albert Ziegler
Published Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 284 pages)
Contents Front Cover; Exceptionality in East Asia; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword by Kurt A. Heller; Preface; 1. The actiotope model of giftedness: an introduction to some central theoretical assumptions: Albert Ziegler, Wilma Vialle and Bastian Wimmer; 2. Talent development as adaptation: the role of educational and learning capital: Albert Ziegler and Joseph Baker; 3. Confucianism, learning self-concept and the development of exceptionality: Shane N. Phillipson
12. Twice-exceptional students with deafness or hard-of-hearing and giftedness: Kevin C.P. Yuen13. Gifted education policy and the development of exceptionality: a Hong Kong perspective: Stephen D. Tommis and Shane N. Phillipson; 14. The gifted and talented and effective learning: a focus on the actiotope model of giftedness in the Asian context: Dennis M. Mcinerney; Index
4. Pathways to artistic giftedness: developmental theory as a complement to the actiotope model of giftedness: Marion Porath5. Chinese students and mathematical problem solving: an application of the actiotope model of giftedness: Rosemary Callingham; 6. Intelligence and academic achievement -- with a focus on the actiotope model of giftedness: Aljoscha Neubauer; 7. Goal orientations and the development of subjective action space in Chinese students: Rebecca Wing-yi Cheng and Shane N. Phillipson
8. Social-emotional development of Chinese gifted students: a review based within the actiotope model of giftedness: Mantak Yuen and Ricci W. Fong9. The "Tiger Mother" factor: curriculum, schooling and mentoring of Asian students in an Australian context: Wilma Vialle; 10. Parental involvement within the actiotope model of giftedness: what it means for East-Asian students: Sivanes Phillipson and Sin Yin Janet Yick; 11. Support-oriented identification of gifted students in East Asia according to the actiotope model of giftedness: Heidrun Stoeger
Summary The continual successes of students from East-Asia are confirmed in a variety of international tests of academic achievement and yet, despite this attainment, many scholars have realised that a substantial proportion of these students are also underachieving.? Using the actiotope model of giftedness to integrate a broad range of research, this innovative book features a number of chapters written by internationally recognised scholars in a frank and lively discussion about the origins of exceptionality in students from East Asia. With the actiotope model as the theoretical fra
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Gifted children -- Education -- East Asia
EDUCATION -- General.
EDUCATION -- Research.
EDUCATION -- Special Education -- Gifted.
Gifted children -- Education.
East Asia.
Form Electronic book
Author Phillipson, Shane N
ISBN 1136455728