Series introduction / Sally M. Reis -- Introduction to curriculum for gifted and talented students / Joyce VanTassel-Baska -- 1. Effective curriculum and instructional models for talented students / Joyce VanTassel-Baska -- 2. Interview with Dr. A. Harry Passow / Robert J. Kirschenbaum -- 3. Developing scope and sequence in curriculum / C. June Maker -- 4. Myth : there is a single curriculum for the gifted! / Sandra N. Kaplan -- 5. What makes a problem real : stalking the illusive meaning of qualitative differences in gifted education / Joseph S. Renzulli -- 6. A general theory for the development of creative productivity through the pursuit of ideal acts of learning / Joseph S. Renzulli -- 7. The interdisciplinary concept model : theory and practice / Heidi Hayes Jacobs and James H. Borland -- 8. Curriculum for the gifted and talented at the secondary level / A. Harry Passow -- 9. The multiple menu model for developing differentiated curriculum for the gifted and talented / Joseph S. Renzulli -- 10. A mathematics curriculum for the gifted and talented / Grayson H. Wheatley -- 11. A national study of science curriculum effectiveness with high ability students / Joyce VanTassel-Baska, George Bass, Roger Ries, Donna Poland and Linda D. Avery
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