The challenges of meeting the needs of gifted and talented children attract growing attention in the fields of educational psychology, curriculum instruction and special education. Focusing on the various research and policy issues, this article highlights the complexity of gifted and talented education by illustrating the multidimensional development and changing notions of giftedness in selected education systems in the Asia-Pacific region. Some practices and research work on gifted and talented education in the sub-regions and countries of China, including mainland China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (hereafter Hong Kong), Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand are discussed for global sharing generally and for sharing within the Asia-Pacific region in particular. Copyright © 2003 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
|Title of host publication||The International handbook of educational research in the Asia-Pacific region|
|Editors||John P. KEEVES, Ryo WATANABE, Rupert MACLEAN, Peter D. RENSHAW, Colin Nelson POWER, Robyn BAKER, Saravanan GOPINATHAN, Ho Wah KAM, Yin Cheong CHENG, Albert C. TUIJNMAN|
|Place of Publication||Netherlands|
|ISBN (Print)||1402010079, 9789048161676|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
CitationSin, K.-F. (2003). Practices and development of gifted and talented education. In J. P. Keeves, R. Watanabe, R. Maclean, P. D. Renshaw, C. N. Power, R. Baker, et al. (Eds.), The International handbook of educational research in the Asia-Pacific region (pp. 189-202). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic.
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