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1162013Our Combined Vision is to Support the Development of Talent and Creativity Worldwide
1162013Our Combined Vision is to Support the Development of Talent and Creativity Worldwide
1162013Expanding Conceptions of Creativity and Talent in Learning Contexts
1162013Creativity, Ethics, and Society
1162013Creativity in Children’s Lives An Unconditional Good for Whom?
1162013Bullying, School Climate, Social Climate and Intellectual Development: Implications for the Lives of High-Achieving, Creative Students
1162013The Achievement Gap and the Education Conspiracy Against Low Income Children
1162013Leadership and Capacity Building: Facilitating Change through Tri-level Partnerships
1162013The Circle of Courage: Developing Resilience and Capacity in Youth
1162013Adult Lost Prizes, Missing Aspirations, a 21st Century Education, and Self-Fulfillment
1162013Teaching and Applying Creative Problem Solving: Implications for At-Risk Students
1162013The Amphitheater Model for Talent Development: Recognizing and Nurturing the Gifts of our Lost Prizes
1162013The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Associated Schools Network: Teaching for Social Justice and Transformative Education
1162013A Case Study of a Creative Personality
1162013Serving At-Risk Students at John G. Stewart School
1162013The Student Learning Portfolio Mentorship Program: A School Division/Government/University Partnership
1162013The Infinity Program (TIP): Student-Centred Programming for Personal Development
1162013Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
1162013Curiosita Teaching: Integrating Creative Thinking into Your 21st Century Classroom