Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to gifted: Gifted children
References in periodicals archive ?
Giftedness can be demonstrated by a variety of behaviors and in many different domains; thus there is no "typical" gifted individual, nor can any group of gifted students be considered truly homogeneous.
Gifted education has long involved gifted students in areas of their strengths and interests (U.S.
Gifted and talented students in particular are in a position to apply their superior abilities to the learning of a second language.
Kottmeyer is also a gifted education advocate who manages an Internet discussion board for parents of gifted kids that has several thousand members.
Together, women and men transferred 68.6 percent of property through direct gifts, which allow recipients immediate and unrestricted access to gifted property (Figure G).
Clients should not retain the economic benefits of the gifted or sold FLP interest.
For example, the IRS could argue that legal principles prevent the donee from taking a position about the basis of gifted property different from the one on the gift tax return.
The longer the donor lives after the gift is made and the greater the rate of return on the gifted assets, the larger the amount of additional wealth the family will receive.
(5) If the net FMV of the gifted LP interests exceeded that amount, the first exempt donee, Shreveport Symphony, Inc.
Furthermore, like other educators who may be unaware of complex affective concerns of gifted students, school counselors may have attitudes and biases that preclude trusting relationships, and therefore effective work, with them (Peterson, 2006b).
The status of the gifted students with learning disabilities for gifted programs.
The court also pointed out that to accept the estate's argument would effectively convert all gifts to present interests because a beneficiary can always obtain a current benefit by disposing of his or her interest in the gifted property or in the entity receiving the property.