PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES, SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS IN TEACHER PREPARATION FOR GIFTED CHILDREN (US EXPERIENCE)

Ya. Belmaz

Abstract


The article deals with the problem of gifted children. It focuses on the teacher preparation for gifted children. The author analyses the American experience of partnership between universities, schools and public organization in the process of teacher preparation for work with gifted and talented children.

It is stated that in the United States, reform of partnerships between different organizations in the preparation of teachers for work with gifted children begins at the level of university training programs for such teachers, extends to schools, where teachers with gifted children work, and further covers the society as a whole.

Key words: gifted children, teacher preparation, university training program, partnership, public organization, school.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26886/2414-634X.3(39)2020.4

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