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|Other Titles:||Teacher Issues in the R.O.C.'s Gifted Education and Their Solutions|
Department od Education, NTNU
The success or failure of gifted education relies heavily on the balancing of the demand and supply of qualified teachers and on whether their quality has been promoted. In order to explore into the status quo of the quantity of current qualified teachers in gifted education and their quality, the present study, basing upon analyses of numerical data and theoretical assumptions, aims to examine the issues relevant to current teacher qualifications in gifted education from three dimensions：the ratio of qualified teachers in gifted education, the legal regulations of qualified teacher certification and requirements of professional gifted education courses, and the arrangement of in-service trainings for qualified teachers in gifted education. Recommendations for solving these problems are suggested.
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