My last reference literature topic group: gifted teachers. I wanted to gain insight on the plight of gifted education professionals.
- Krijan, I. P., Jurčec, L., & Borić, E. (2015). Primary School Teachers’ Attitudes toward Gifted Students. Croatian Journal Educational / Hrvatski Casopis Za Odgoj I Obrazovanje, 17(3), 681-707. doi:10.15516/cje.v17i3.1199
- Fraser-Seeto, K. T., Howard, S. J., & Woodcock, S. (2015). An Investigation of Teachers’ Awareness and Willingness to Engage with a Self-Directed Professional Development Package on Gifted and Talented Education. Australian Journal Of Teacher Education, 40(1),
- Chan, S., & Yuen, M. (2014). Creativity beliefs, creative personality and creativity-fostering practices of gifted education teachers and regular class teachers in Hong Kong. Thinking Skills And Creativity, 14109-118. doi:10.1016/j.tsc.2014.10.003
- National Association for Gifted, C., & Council for Exceptional, C. (2013). Advanced Standards in Gifted Education Teacher Preparation. National Association For Gifted Children,
- Rowley, J. L. (2012). Professional development needs of teachers to identify and cater for gifted students. Australasian Journal Of Gifted Education, 21(2), 75.
- Berman, K. M., Schultz, R. A., & Weber, C. L. (2012). A Lack of Awareness and Emphasis in Preservice Teacher Training: Preconceived Beliefs About the Gifted and Talented. Gifted Child Today, 35(1), 18-26.
- Lassig, C. (2015). Teachers’ attitudes towards the gifted: The importance of professional development and school culture. Australasian Journal Of Gifted Education, 24(2), 6.
- Siegle, D. (2015). Dr. James Gallagher’s Concern for Gifted Learners Beyond Academics. Journal For The Education Of The Gifted, 38(1), 58-63.