Creativity as a Characteristic of Giftedness: Teachers See It, then They Don'tRoeper Review
PublisherTaylor & Francis
AbstractA brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. Elementary teachers (n=9) saw giftedness as having the common characteristic of creativity. However, in nominating students to gifted programs, teachers focused on classroom performance more than creativity. Thus, their observations more closely matched official definitions rather than their personal concepts, and they had not worked to align the official conception more closely with their own. (Author/JDD)
Citation InformationHunsaker, S. L. (1994). Creativity as a characteristic of giftedness: Teachers see it, then they don't. Roeper Review, 17, 11-15.