The authors provide an overview of leadership in the crucial grades of 6-12. Drawing upon theories based on cognitive leadership, affective leadership, and the role of leadership in gifted education, leadership is discussed as it pertains to research projects, problem solving, interpersonal communication, and decision-making.
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Jeanette Plauche Parker is professor of education at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. After several years of teaching gifted children, she earned her doctorate in education of the gifted from the University of Georgia, where she studied under Dr. E. Paul Torrance.
Lucy G. Begnaud received her PhD from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge in 1999. She received her bachelors degree in special education, her masters degree in reading, and her specialist degree in gifted dducation from USL. She was an elementary teacher for 19 years.
"[A] timely publication." - Education Review "The ideas and materials can be used with all classes because they help make learning more interesting and relevant, and will reach other students with leadership potential. Recommended." - Library Media Connection "Schools that want to implement a gifted education program in grades 6-12 will benefit from reading this pedagogical book." - Christian School Teacher
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