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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Facts Myths vs Success is Determined by Grades Assured Future "The social and emotional development of the gifted student is at the same level as his or her intellectual development,"Sandra Berger. "Gifted students who do well in school may define success as getting an "A" and failure as any grade less than an "A." By early adolescence they may be unwilling to try anything where they are not certain of guaranteed success." Sandra Berger Low AchievementPossibilities "Gifted students are a homogeneous group, all high achievers," Sandra Berger. "The future of a gifted student is assured: a world of opportunities lies before the student," Sandra Berger. Perfectionistic "They may equate achievement and grades with self-esteem and self-worth, which sometimes leads to fear of failure and interferes with achievement." Sanda Berger "Gifted students may be so far ahead of their chronological age mates that they know more than half the curriculum before the school year begins! Their boredom can result in low achievement and grades," Sandra Berger. Gifted students are often seen as the high achievers who don't need help and they know what they're doing, but these assumptions aren't always true. Gifted students are actually often perfectionistic and have fear of failure, which can keep them from this success. Homogeneous Group Same Development Levels Giftedness By: Sarah Zimmerman
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