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Gifted Bilingual Students

A Paradox?

by Esther Kogan (Author)
Textbook X, 154 Pages

Summary

This book points out the myth of the gifted bilingual paradox. It is an indication that the field of education of gifted bilingual students is more a possible achievement than an impossible dream. These students are an integral part of the educational system requiring attention to be appropriately identified and nurtured so that their talent potential can be fully realized. Gifted Bilingual Students: A Paradox? includes three original case studies that complement and illustrate the theoretical discussion and gives the families’ voices a central place.

Details

Pages
X, 154
ISBN (Book)
9780820450162
Language
English
Published
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., Oxford, Wien, 2001. X, 154 pp.

Biographical notes

Esther Kogan (Author)

The Author: Esther Kogan is Assistant Professor of Education at Adelphi University, New York.

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