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Practices of Preservice Teachers Related to Gifted and Other Academically Diverse Learners
Gifted Child Quarterly
  • C. A. Tomlinson
  • E. M. Tomchin
  • C. M. Callahan
  • C. M. Adams
  • P. Pizzat-Tinnin
  • C. M. Cunningham
  • B. Moore
  • L. Lutz
  • C. Roberson
  • N. Eiss
  • M. Landrum
  • Scott L. Hunsaker, Utah State University
  • M. Imbeau
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1994
Abstract
This qualitative study reports 5 themes in the preservice teaching experience of 10 preservice teachers which may reinforce traditional views of schooling and discourage understanding and addressing unique learning needs of academically diverse learners, such as gifted, remedial, and special education learners. (JDD)
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Tomlinson, C. A., Tomchin, E. M., Callahan, C. M., Adams, C. M., Pizzat-Tinnin, P., Cunningham, C. M., Moore, B., Lutz, L., Roberson, C., Eiss, N., Landrum, M., Hunsaker, S., & Imbeau, M. (1994). Practices of Preservice Teachers Related to Gifted and Other Academically Diverse Learners. Gifted Child Quarterly, 38 (3), 106-114.