Diversity in Mediation: Bibliotherapy and The Gifted: What Harry Potter Can Tell Us
This course addresses the at-risk nature of children who are gifted as well as their needs. When one thinks of diversity, children who are at the ends of the bell-shaped curve and who represent 3 percent of the population are a very diverse group with special needs. These needs must be addressed in: education, parenting, conflict resolution, and through mediation as necessary. The course provides an overview of needs, characteristics, misconceptions, myths, and the importance of being with like peers. Ethical issues for Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) are discussed as related to concerns in mediation and program placement where gifted children/students are covered under the umbrella of special education.
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