References

Adderholdt-Elliot, M. (1987).  Perfectionism:  What’s bad about being too good? Minneapolis, MN:  Free Spirit Publishing Co.

Baum, S. M.; Owen, S. V.; & Dixon, J. (1991).  To be gifted and learning disabled: From identification to practical intervention strategies.  Mansfield Center, CT: Creative Learning Press.

Beecher, M. (1995).  Developing the gifts and talents of all students in the regular classroom.  Mansfield Center, CT:  Creative Learning Press.

Davis, G.  (1998).  Creativity is forever (4th ed.).  Dubuque, IO:  Kendall/Hunt.

**Davis, G., & Rimm, S. (1998).  Education of the gifted and talented (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall.

Galbraith, J. & Delisle, J. (1996).  The gifted kids survival guide:  A teen handbook.  Minneapolis, MN:  Free Spirit Publishing Co.

Gardner, H.  (1985).  Frames of mind: The theory of multiple intelligences.  New York: Basic Books.

Halsted, J. W. (1994).  Some of my best friends are books:  Guiding gifted readers from pre-school to high school.  Dayton, OH:  Ohio Psychology Press.

Kerr, B. (1985).  Smart Girls, Gifted Women.  Columbus, OH:  Ohio Psychology Publishing Co.

Renzulli, J. S. (1994).  Schools for talent development: A practical plan for total school improvement.  Mansfield Center, CT:  Creative Learning Press.

Rimm, S. B. (1996).  Why Bright Kids Get Poor Grades:  And what you can do about it.  New York:  Crown Publishing.

**Silverman, L. K. (ed.). (1993).  Counseling the gifted and talented.  Denver, CO: Love Publishing Co.

Strip, C.A. (2000).  Helping gifted children soar.  Scottsdale, AZ:  Gifted Psychology Press.

**Tomlinson, C.A. (2001).  How to differentiate instruction in mixed ability classrooms. Alexandria, VA:  Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Webb, J., Meckstroth, E., & Tolan, S.  (1982).   Guiding the gifted child.   Columbus: Ohio Psychology Publishing.

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**Start with these books.


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