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ISSN 1359-8139, Online ISSN: 1469-834X
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Do we need a paradigm shift? Arguments for and against a systemic theory of giftedness research and education
Towards a systemic theory of gifted education
Ziegler, Albert; Phillipson, Shane N.
Lessons from goal orientation theory: expansion of systemic theory of gifted education
Cheng, Rebecca Wing-yi
Welcome change of focus from individual identification to a systemic process in gifted education
A postcolonial perspective on the systemic theory of gifted education
Considerations of the Actiotope Model of Giftedness
Giftedness in the making: a response to Ziegler and Phillipson
Dai, David Yun
Heritability: an underestimated effect in the actiotope model
Comments on the actiotope model
Old, new, borrowed, blue: reconceptualizing the systems framework
Garces-Bacsal, Rhoda Myra
Developing systemic theories requires formal methods
Systems, perturbations, and excellence
Grigorenko, Elena L.
The current need for a system–theoretical background in counseling the gifted
Different research paradigms concerning giftedness and gifted education: shall ever they meet?
Heller, Kurt A.
Integrating practice-to-theory and theory-to-practice
Burke Johnson, R.; Stefurak, Tres
My response to the systemic approach to gifted education
A new view on giftedness?
The Actiotope Model of Giftedness: a useful model for examining gifted education in China’s universities
Can systemic education end up limiting the gifted person’s autonomy?
F.Pérez, Luz; A.Beltrán, Jesús
A bold and promising model with a few loose ends
Persson, Roland S.
How novel is the Actiotope Model of Gifted Education?
Sarouphim, Ketty M.
Continuing challenges for a systemic theory of gifted education
Schorer, Jörg; Baker, Joseph
Paradigm thinking: passionate hopefulness and more than 20 cents of effort
Schultz, Robert A.
Paradigmatic shift or tinkering at the edges?
A systemic approach: the ultimate choice for gifted education
Tao, Ting; Shi, Jiannong
Everything is connected: giftedness within a broad framework for cognition
Connectedness and life skills development for all children
Yuen, Mantak; Fong, Ricci W.
An action-oriented approach to gifted education: evidence from the field of scientific creativity
Zhang, Jinghuan; Liu, Guirong; Lin, Chongde
Excellence is a wisdom tree grown up under a proper environment
Zhang, Xingli; Chen, Ning; Shi, Jiannong