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|Other Titles:||The 40th Anniversary of Gifted Education in Taiwan (III): Confusion and Enlightenment|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The age of the 40th is called the age of “enlightenment” in human life. Although there are multiple gifted and talented education (GATE) programs as well as quite a number of giftedstudents served by these programs since 1973, it is way behind the ideal of flexibility and excellence. There are myths and confusions required to be clarified, and quality of GATE teachers to be improved, too. The GATE in Taiwan marks the stage of transformation, to ensure a better future development and the right track of “adaptive and quality education”, it is prospected that our gifted and talented students be having both smart brains and tender minds, that quality of GATE be kept enhanced, that the examination-oriented mind be replaced byadaptive education, that the new system of 12-year national education be a good opportunity for the development of GATE. To reach these goals, we should among others develop a global vision and take realistic local actions.
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