Gifted and Talented International
Gifted and Talented International (GTI) is the journal of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children. GTI an international, refereed journal devoted to publishing original research, theoretical studies, review papers or accounts of practice that contribute to our understanding and promotion of giftedness, talent, creativity, and optimal development of children, adolescents, and adults. Its purpose is to share current theory, research, and practice in gifted education with its audience of international educators, scholars, researchers, and parents. GTI is published twice a year.
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Articles in GTI 32(1)
- Pentagram of habits: Considering science teachers’ conceptions of “habits of mind” associated with critical thinking in several of Iran’s special gifted schools – Mehdi Ghahremani, Sareh Karami & Philip Balcaen
- Creativity and innovation in Iceland: Individual, environmental, and cultural variables – Barbara A. Kerr, Maxwell Birdnow, Jenelle Hallaert, Keely Alexander, Robyn Malmsten, Olivia Stull, J. D. Wright, Brittany Lucas, Rachel Swanson & Grace J. Claiborn
- Exploring differences in creativity across academic majors for high-ability college students – Angie L. Miller & Veronica A. Smith
- Control and resilience: The importance of an internal focus to maintain resilience in academically able students – Leonie Kronborg, Margaret Plunkett, Nicholas Gamble & Yvette Kaman
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