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Concomitant problems

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  • 1. Names:<br />Concomitant ProblemsBased on Growing Up Gifted by Barbara Clark<br />CHARACTERISTICPROBLEMGentle or hostile sense of humorHigh expectations of self & othersDiscrepancy between physical and intellectual developmentResponsible, self-confident, sociable, able to lead othersAccelerated thought processQuantity of advanced information on many topicsPower of abstraction, conceptualization, generalizingQuick, accurate memoryAble to concentrate and persistVerbal proficiencyIdealistic, sense of justice<br />Gifted students have characteristics that can cause them to have difficulty in the traditional classroom and with their classmates. Work together to brainstorm potential problems these might encounter in school based on the characteristics listed. This is adapted from Growing Up Gifted, by Barbara Clark.When you are finished, save this file and upload it on the Discussion Board.<br />

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