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Out-of-school Educational Provision for the Gifted and Talented around the World Prof Joan Freeman. Report for the Department of Education and Skills (UK). Free on. www.joanfreeman.com. Gifts and talents – a world overview. UK. USA. CHINA. INDIA.

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out of school educational provision for the gifted and talented around the world prof joan freeman

Out-of-school Educational Provision for the Gifted and Talented around the WorldProf Joan Freeman

a profound world split in attitudes to gifts and talent
A profound world split in attitudes to gifts and talent

The Western view

Only some children have gifted potential

The Eastern view

Most children have gifted potential

cultural differences in gifts and talents

Being

Doing

Truthfulness, generosity, compassion, sacrifice and service to society

Competitive achievement, often in academic subjects rather than community values

Cultural differences in gifts and talents

EAST

WEST

though there is overlap
Though there is overlap …
  • The Western view
    • Genetic influences dominant
    • Human abilities measurable along a spectrum
    • Selection by high cut-off point
  • The Eastern view
    • Environmental influences dominant
    • Main difference between individuals is rate of development
    • Good teaching and hard work bring success
regional contrasts
Regional contrasts
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • Japan and China
  • Israel and the Arab and African world
  • Europe North and South
  • USA, Canada and South America
five styles of out of school education
Five styles of out-of-school education
  • The Talent Search
  • Self selection by provision

Freeman’s Sports Approach

  • Hard Work
  • Competitions
  • Voluntary provision
the talent search
The talent search

Center for Talented Youth

CTY

Baltimore USA

out of school education for gifts and talents
Out-of-School Education for Gifts and Talents
  • The Talent Search
  • Self selection by provision

Freeman’s Sports Approach

  • Hard Work
  • Competitions
  • Voluntary provision
out of school education for gifts and talents1
Out-of-School Education for Gifts and Talents
  • The Talent Search
  • Self selection by provision

Freeman’s Sports Approach

  • Hard Work
  • Competitions
  • Voluntary provision
out of school education for gifts and talents2
Out-of-School Education for Gifts and Talents
  • The Talent Search
  • Self selection by provision

Freeman’s Sports Approach

  • Hard Work
  • Competitions
  • Voluntary provision
out of school education for gifts and talents3
Out-of-School Education for Gifts and Talents
  • The Talent Search
  • Self selection by provision

Freeman’s Sports Approach

  • Hard Work
  • Competitions
  • Voluntary provision
we know that high level achievement needs
We know that high level achievement needs -
  • Plentiful learning materials
  • High quality teaching
  • Plenty of practice
  • Example to follow
  • Emotional support
  • Potential
provision a holistic approach

EAST

WEST

Provision – a holistic approach

Avoids theDOMINANCEof ways of thinking

communication the key

EAST

WEST

Communication – the key

Knowledge sharing

Networking

Conferences

Internationalunderstanding