ArticlesEditorialAlbert Ziegler and Jiannong ShiAcademic Talent Development and the Equity Issue in Gifted Education F. GagnéTalent Development: From Possessing Gifts, to Functional Environmental InteractionsD. Araújo and K. DavidsStability of Racial Differences in Gifted Education: The Case for Stereotype ThreatJ. BakerTheory and Practice in One Conception L. BaloghImplementation Concerns for Gagné’s Vision of Academic Talent Development S. Cobley and J. McKennaWhose Cultural Lens? End Points, Creativity, Opportunities and Barriers L. M. CohenResolving Inequity from Meritocracy in Gifted Education L. J. DimaanoAn Alternative English Perspective on Equity in Gifted EducationT. DracupCulture Free Identification of Gifted Children: Based on Elementary Cognitive TasksX. DuanReflections on a New Model Program for Academic Talent Development: Towards a Fair and Nondiscriminatory Assessment Method in Gifted EducationJ. N. FiebigA Wish for the Gifted and Talented J. FreemanOne Swallow Does Not Make a Summer: Expansions on Gagné’s Six Constituent Elements for Talent Development ProgramsR. GrassingerEthnic and Socio-Economic Discrimination – Which Prevails?Z. C. GuentherMeritocratic Principles Are Not Enough – Ways Toward a Fair Fostering of Talent DevelopmentB. HarderGifted Programs Need the Option of AccelerationA. HeinbokelAcademic Talent Development for Every Talented Student L. HoogeveenThe Neglected Gap Between Diagnosis and ImplementationE. HotzeOn the Role of Basic Assumptions in the Debate on the Equity Issue in Gifted EducationB. KoichuEquality of Access in ATD Programs: The More Appropriate Method and Criteria Q. LiuThe Neglected Importance of EmotionsD. Luzzo and F. GobetDebating the Applicability of Gagné’s Talent Development Model in the Sport DomainD. J. MacDonaldMinorities and Giftedness L. F. Pérez and J. A. BeltránStraight Talking Gifted and Talented Education R. S. PerssonThe Environmental Impact M. Reutlinger and K. TillGifted-Program Provision Is at Least as Serious a Challenge as Identification B. M. ShorePriority to Early Identification: Better Prevention than Remediation J.-C. TerrassierEquality and Equity in Educational Systems: A Universal ProblemJ. TourónInequity in Opportunity to Learn: A Talent Development Reality J. VanTassel-BaskaInclusion and Differentiation for Children with High Potential B. WallaceWhere Are the Underachievers in the DMTG’s Academic Talent Development? M. Wellisch and J. BrownSetting the Questions - Enlarging the Problem S. Weyringer and J.-L. PatryAcademic Talent Development: For All or Only Some?D. WoodDMGT: Not the Last Straw That Breaks the Camel’s Back J. Zhang and Y. Chu“Some” Equity Through Meritocracy: A Rejoinder to 32 Comments F. GagnéDownload complete issue:Issue 1/2011 of Talent Development and Excellence
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