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In this regard, the gifted child model would allow acceleration and more in-depth work in regular academic subjects as well as the chance to study with a mentor on a special project. Caitlin’s emotional sensitivity would also be important in the gifted child model. As a small child, Caitlin showed unusual empathy towards others. Her language acquisition project grew from her wish to see the world from another’s eyes: that is, as language was acquired, how did the young child begin to formulate ideas about the world, and did these change as words were acquired?
38 Different Minds A definition of giftedness There have been a number of definitions of giftedness. Giftedness has meant genius, or a high IQ on an intelligence test. It has meant prodigious accomplishment in a particular field of endeavor. Winner (1996) defined giftedness as precocity, an insistence on marching to one’s own drummer, and a rage to learn. The Columbus Group (1991) defined giftedness as asynchronous development in which advanced cognitive ability and intensity combine to create quantitatively different inner experiences and awareness.
[Article] Karate injuries in children and adolescents by Merrilee N. Zetaruk, Mariona A. Violan, David Zurakowski, Lyle J. Micheli