Finding John Galt : people, politics, and practice in gifted education
- Charlotte, NC. : Information Age Publishing, Inc., 
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- viii, 275 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
LC3993.9 .F56 2013
- Unknown LC3993.9 .F56 2013
- Romey, Elizabeth A., author, editor.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Leta Stetter Hollingworth : as curricularist Mrs. Pilgrim in the classroom / Kimberly M. Berman and Robert A. Schultz
- The life and contributions of E. Paul Torrance / Bonnie Cramond
- Hundred years of experience : the perceptions, insights, and reflections of gifted women in gifted education / Nancy Heilbronner and Sally M. Reis
- Calvin Taylor / Barbara Romey
- A biographical portrait of Joseph S. Renzulli : scholar, gifted educator and visionary leader / Thomas P. Hebert
- The best of times, the worst of times : giftedness in the Sputnik era / Elizabeth Romey
- The role of testing in the education of gifted and talented children in the United States / Susan Jackson
- Finding Galt among the minority gifted : philosophical agreements needed / Alexinia Young Baldwin
- Schoolwide enrichment and educational reform / Joseph S. Renzulli and Sally M. Reis
- The schoolwide enrichment model : a practical approach for developing the gifts and talents of all students / Sally M. Reis and Joseph S. Renzulli
- Future problem solving program international : designing
- And promoting positive futures using creative problem solving : competition and curriculum / Jennine Jackson and Marianne Solomon
- Psychobiology of giftedness : moving beyond the nature-nurture controversy / Rhoda Myra Garces-Bacsal and Francis Rodriguez Bambico
- How Tony Stark can save the world : overexcitability and positive disintegration in popular culture / Elizabeth Romey.
- Publisher's Summary
- This volume covers significant highlights in the history of gifted education, addressing significant contributors to the field, important political and policy concerns, and programs and practices of note. The book's scope is holistic, using Ayn Rand's concept of "men [and women] of the mind" to frame giftedness as a quality of individuals that extends beyond the academic or "schoolhouse" setting and into a range of aspects of the lived human experience of gifted individuals.
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- edited by Elizabeth A. Romey (Columbus State University).