|Title:||Gifted & talented children with special educational needs|
|Keywords:||Re-evaluating policy and practice through life stories|
|Publisher:||David Fulton Publishers|
|Description:||There are three children in a million who are ‘profoundly gifted’. Conventionally this means they have measured IQs of 180+. It is likely they will have spoken in sentences at 6–9 months, learned to read and spell by the age of 21 ⁄2, self taught, and are ready for formal learning by the age of three. Placed in kindergarten or preschool they quickly settle and will perhaps read to the ‘little ones|
|ISBN:||1 85346 954 8|
|Appears in Collections:||Special Needs|
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