Articles on Diverse Populations of the Gifted

Resilient Hispanic Women

by Rosina M. Gallagher Resilience can be defined as the innate ability to cope with adversity. The research literature identifies four common attributes of resilience: social competence, problem-solving, autonomy and a sense of purpose and future (Benard, 1991, 97).*...

Gifted Students from Culturally Diverse Populations

by Tiombe Bisa Kendrick-Dunn In 2005, I began my journey as a school psychologist in one of the most diverse and largest school districts in the country. I had no way of knowing that this journey would lead me to develop a life long passion for Gifted/Talented (G/T)...

Diversity: A Rich Resource in American Education

Diversity: A Rich Resource in American Education Author: Rosina Gallagher, Ph.D  Citation: From the SENG Update, September 2009 Thinking over the topic of diversity and excellence in American public education, I am prompted to reflect on my own personal experience....

The Best of Both Worlds: On Being Indian

The Best of Both Worlds: On Being Indian Author: Vidisha Patel, EdD  Citation: From the SENG Update, March 2010 One of the blessings of living in sunny Florida at this time of year is that we host numerous visitors. This year has been particularly busy with visits...

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