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Teaching and Learning Strategies for AG: Research and Teaching Resources

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Child Genius: The Early Years from database Films on Demand

Child Genius: The Early Years (75:00)

A child prodigy usually displays high intelligence very early in life. But what makes such a child exceptional? Is it simply his or her IQ, or are other, less definable factors involved? This program enters the lives of several child prodigies, documenting their early growth and development as well as their family lives. Three-year-old Mikhail is the youngest-ever member of Mensa, able to multiply five-figure numbers before most kids can count to 10. Michael was reading Shakespeare and learning Mandarin when he was five—now he’s one of Britain’s youngest published authors. Meanwhile, as Aimee’s astonishing musical talents blossom, she struggles to relate to her “average” parents. (75 minutes)

Item Number: 40166

©  2008

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Gifted child quarterly  (0016-9862)
from 01/01/1999 to present in SAGE Journals Online
  Gifted child today magazine  (1076-2175)
from 07/01/1996 to present in MasterFILE Complete
from 01/01/2000 to present in MasterFILE Complete and SAGE Journals Online

Exceptional children  (0014-4029)
from 1965 to present in Local Holdings
from 01/01/2001 to present in Academic Search Complete
  Focus on exceptional children  (0015-511X)
from 01/01/1994 to present in Academic Search Complete and MasterFILE Complete

Certification, Standards, & Policy

NC DPI Academically or Intellectually Gifted home page

In North Carolina, state legislation mandates that public schools identify and serve academically or intellectually gifted (AIG) K-12 students. Each LEA determines how to identify and serve its own AIG student population. This honors local context and supports each LEA to do what is best for its own AIG student population. LEAs must adhere to state legislation, which guides LEAs and defines academically or intellectually gifted students, and also use the NC AIG Program Standards, adopted July 2009, as a guide in the development of local AIG programs.