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Year 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, 115 - 127, 30.03.2022

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  • David, H. (1997a). Educating gifted children in regular or special classes? Dapim – Mofet Academic Journal, 25, 126-149. Re-published in A. Ziv (Ed.) (1998), Giftedness and special talents: Textbook (pp. 331-353). Tel Aviv: The Open University (Hebrew).
  • David, H. (1997b). Mathematical giftedness. The Talpiot College Annual, 9, 147-169 (in Hebrew).
  • David, H. (1999). Five gifted children in one classroom: A case study. Giv’at Washington College Annual, 7, 173-196 (in Hebrew). Retrieved from http://www.daat.ac.il/daat/kitveyet/hagigey/hamisha-2.htm. In English: David, H. (2005). Five Gifted boys in one Classroom: A case-study. Gifted Education International, 20(2), 119-135 (expanded version of David, 1999). Reprinted in David, H. & Wu, E.H. (2009), Understanding Giftedness: A Chinese-Israeli Casebook (pp. 20-44). Hong Kong: Pearson Education South Asia.
  • David, H. (2009). Dedication. In H. David & E. Wu, Understanding Giftedness: A Chinese-Israeli Casebook (pp. V-VI). Hong Kong: Pearson Education South Asia.
  • David, H. (2011). Teachers' Attitude: Its importance in nurturing and educating gifted children. Gifted and Talented International, 26(1-2), 65-80.
  • David, H. (2012). Mathematical giftedness in early childhood. In J.A. Opara, M. Kubiatko, M.O.N. Obagah, A.N. Nosike, S. Nelasco, A.U. Ejifugha, U. Zoller, N.S. Oguzor, B.C. Ijioma, & G. Berchtold (eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Science and technology Education (ICSTE2012) (pp. 43-50), Owerri, Nigeria, October 22-26, 2012. Re-published in International Journal of Research in Management, Economics and Commerce, 2(12), 19-31.
  • David, H. (2013a). Who is to be treated when there are two gifted siblings who need counseling? Journal of Gifted Education Research, 1(1), 1-9.
  • David, H. (2013b). Abraham Itzl from Jerusalem: A meeting with a gifted Ultra-Orthodox boy. Gifted Education Pres quarterly, 27(2), 11-15.
  • David, H. (2013c). Prevention of dropout of a gifted youth: Case study. Gifted Education Press Quarterly, 28(1), 9-15.
  • David, H. (2014a). Who is the ideal teacher of the gifted student? (in Hebrew). In: The gifted child in school (pp. 30-57). Retrieved from http://www.hebpsy.net/articles.asp?id=3105
  • David, H. (2014b). Diagnosis of the gifted in Israel. Gifted Education International, 30(1), 57-60.
  • David, H. (2019a). Personal introduction. In H. David (Ed.), Understanding Gifted Children: Perspectives, Gender Differences and Challenges (p. 1-21). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • David, H. (2019b). Teaching mathematically gifted students in Israel: The state of the art. Journal for the Education Gifted Young Scientists, 7(1), 57-69.
  • David, H. (2020a). On-line treatment of gifted children during corona time. Retrieved from https://giftedassessmentinsights.com/2020/04/02/on-line-treatment-of-gifted-children
  • David, H. (2020b). On-Line Identification of Mathematical Giftedness: Case Study of a 3-Year Old Girl in Israel. In On-line dynamic assessment of gifted children (pp. 15-49). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • David, H. (2020c). My child has no friends because he is gifted. Retrieved from https://www.hebpsy.net/blog_Post.asp?id=5095
  • David, H. (n.d.). Die deutschklausur, oder Omas Äpfel. Retrieved from https://www.academia.edu/14197204/Die_deutschklausur_oder_Omas_%C3%84pfel (English translation: To be examined in German, or: Oma’s apples. Retrieved from https://www.academia.edu/14197177/To_be_examined_in_German_or_Oma_s_apples
  • David, H. [née: Ehrenstein] (March 2020). On the first Jahrzeit of my brother, the late Rabbi Moshe Mordecahi Ehrenstein (in Hebrew). Retrieved from Chabad.info
  • David, H. (2020-). Gifted girls, gifted boys and giftedness [מְחוֹנָנוֹת, מְחוֹנָנִים, וּמְחוֹנָנוּת]. https://www.hebpsy.net/blog.asp?id=65
  • David, H., & Gyrmathy, E. (in preparation). Gifted Children and Adolescents through the Lens of Neuropsychology. Springer.
  • Hagan, E. (July 25, 2018).Invisible Wounds of the Sensitive, Intense Child: Part 2. Some children's wounds remain unspoken and unnoticed. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/living-emotional-intensity/201807/invisible-wounds-the-sensitive-intense-child-part-2 Hebrew Psychology (2022). https://www.hebpsy.net
  • Holt, D.G., & Willard-Holt, C. (1995). An exploration of the relationship between humor and giftedness in students. Humor, 8(3), 257-272. DOI: 10.1515/humr.1995.8.3.257
  • Kerr, B., & McKay, R. (2014). Smart Girls in the 21st Century: Understanding Talented Girls and Women. Tucson, AZ: Great Potential Press.
  • Kerr, B., & Sodano, S. (2003). Career Assessment with Intellectually Gifted Students. Journal of Career Assessment, 11(2), 168-186. DOI: 10.1177/1069072703011002004
  • Nelson Grau, P. (1985). Two causes of underachievement — The scapegoat phenomenon and the Peter Pan Syndrome. Gifted Child Today, 8(6), 47-50. DOI: 10.1177/107621758500800620
  • Shade, R. (1991). Verbal humor in gifted students and students in the general population: A comparison of spontaneous mirth and comprehension. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 14(2), 134-150. DOI: 10.1177/016235329101400203
  • The Mofet Institute (2022). Retrieved from https://mofet-web.macam.ac.il/international/publications/dapim/ The Odyssey Program at Tel Aviv University (2021). Retrieved from https://www.madaney.net/en/site/programs/odyssey/universities2/tlv/
  • Vidergor, H.E., & Eilam, B. (2010). Curriculum transformation: The Israeli teacher certification in gifted education. Gifted and Talented International, 25(2), 29-51.
  • Yermish, A. (2010). Cheetahs on the Couch: Issues affecting the therapeutic working alliance with clients who are cognitively gifted. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Psychology, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, Boston, MA: MIT.
  • Ziv, A., & Gadish, O. (1990). Humor and giftedness. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 13(4), 332-345. DOI: 10.1177/016235329001300404
  • Zorman, R. & David, H. (2000). There is another way: Girls and women – Achievements and challenges (in Hebrew). Jerusalem: The Henrietta Szold Institute and The Ministry of Education.

An interview with Hanna David: reflections on counselling gifted children

Year 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, 115 - 127, 30.03.2022

Abstract

Professor Hanna David has a lot of work in the field of gifted guidance and counseling, both practically and academically. The interview with him will provide a broad perspective to practitioners and researchers. In this interview; counseling settings for the gifted, important tips on individual and family counseling for the gifted, how to provide emotional support for the gifted child, the use of humor as a door opener in counseling for the gifted, the difference of online and face-to-face consultation for the gifted, changes for the gifted in the counseling paradigm compared to the past, future predictions in counseling, ways to preserve the counselors’ emotional integrity, advice to gifted consolers, currently focused on consultancy fields, social and emotional needs of gifted, competencies of our gifted teachers, pursuing Interviews were conducted on the issues of gifted children' interests, role of the mentor in gifted education, teachers to follow the academic journals and conferences about the gifted issues.

References

  • David, H. (1997a). Educating gifted children in regular or special classes? Dapim – Mofet Academic Journal, 25, 126-149. Re-published in A. Ziv (Ed.) (1998), Giftedness and special talents: Textbook (pp. 331-353). Tel Aviv: The Open University (Hebrew).
  • David, H. (1997b). Mathematical giftedness. The Talpiot College Annual, 9, 147-169 (in Hebrew).
  • David, H. (1999). Five gifted children in one classroom: A case study. Giv’at Washington College Annual, 7, 173-196 (in Hebrew). Retrieved from http://www.daat.ac.il/daat/kitveyet/hagigey/hamisha-2.htm. In English: David, H. (2005). Five Gifted boys in one Classroom: A case-study. Gifted Education International, 20(2), 119-135 (expanded version of David, 1999). Reprinted in David, H. & Wu, E.H. (2009), Understanding Giftedness: A Chinese-Israeli Casebook (pp. 20-44). Hong Kong: Pearson Education South Asia.
  • David, H. (2009). Dedication. In H. David & E. Wu, Understanding Giftedness: A Chinese-Israeli Casebook (pp. V-VI). Hong Kong: Pearson Education South Asia.
  • David, H. (2011). Teachers' Attitude: Its importance in nurturing and educating gifted children. Gifted and Talented International, 26(1-2), 65-80.
  • David, H. (2012). Mathematical giftedness in early childhood. In J.A. Opara, M. Kubiatko, M.O.N. Obagah, A.N. Nosike, S. Nelasco, A.U. Ejifugha, U. Zoller, N.S. Oguzor, B.C. Ijioma, & G. Berchtold (eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Science and technology Education (ICSTE2012) (pp. 43-50), Owerri, Nigeria, October 22-26, 2012. Re-published in International Journal of Research in Management, Economics and Commerce, 2(12), 19-31.
  • David, H. (2013a). Who is to be treated when there are two gifted siblings who need counseling? Journal of Gifted Education Research, 1(1), 1-9.
  • David, H. (2013b). Abraham Itzl from Jerusalem: A meeting with a gifted Ultra-Orthodox boy. Gifted Education Pres quarterly, 27(2), 11-15.
  • David, H. (2013c). Prevention of dropout of a gifted youth: Case study. Gifted Education Press Quarterly, 28(1), 9-15.
  • David, H. (2014a). Who is the ideal teacher of the gifted student? (in Hebrew). In: The gifted child in school (pp. 30-57). Retrieved from http://www.hebpsy.net/articles.asp?id=3105
  • David, H. (2014b). Diagnosis of the gifted in Israel. Gifted Education International, 30(1), 57-60.
  • David, H. (2019a). Personal introduction. In H. David (Ed.), Understanding Gifted Children: Perspectives, Gender Differences and Challenges (p. 1-21). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • David, H. (2019b). Teaching mathematically gifted students in Israel: The state of the art. Journal for the Education Gifted Young Scientists, 7(1), 57-69.
  • David, H. (2020a). On-line treatment of gifted children during corona time. Retrieved from https://giftedassessmentinsights.com/2020/04/02/on-line-treatment-of-gifted-children
  • David, H. (2020b). On-Line Identification of Mathematical Giftedness: Case Study of a 3-Year Old Girl in Israel. In On-line dynamic assessment of gifted children (pp. 15-49). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • David, H. (2020c). My child has no friends because he is gifted. Retrieved from https://www.hebpsy.net/blog_Post.asp?id=5095
  • David, H. (n.d.). Die deutschklausur, oder Omas Äpfel. Retrieved from https://www.academia.edu/14197204/Die_deutschklausur_oder_Omas_%C3%84pfel (English translation: To be examined in German, or: Oma’s apples. Retrieved from https://www.academia.edu/14197177/To_be_examined_in_German_or_Oma_s_apples
  • David, H. [née: Ehrenstein] (March 2020). On the first Jahrzeit of my brother, the late Rabbi Moshe Mordecahi Ehrenstein (in Hebrew). Retrieved from Chabad.info
  • David, H. (2020-). Gifted girls, gifted boys and giftedness [מְחוֹנָנוֹת, מְחוֹנָנִים, וּמְחוֹנָנוּת]. https://www.hebpsy.net/blog.asp?id=65
  • David, H., & Gyrmathy, E. (in preparation). Gifted Children and Adolescents through the Lens of Neuropsychology. Springer.
  • Hagan, E. (July 25, 2018).Invisible Wounds of the Sensitive, Intense Child: Part 2. Some children's wounds remain unspoken and unnoticed. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/living-emotional-intensity/201807/invisible-wounds-the-sensitive-intense-child-part-2 Hebrew Psychology (2022). https://www.hebpsy.net
  • Holt, D.G., & Willard-Holt, C. (1995). An exploration of the relationship between humor and giftedness in students. Humor, 8(3), 257-272. DOI: 10.1515/humr.1995.8.3.257
  • Kerr, B., & McKay, R. (2014). Smart Girls in the 21st Century: Understanding Talented Girls and Women. Tucson, AZ: Great Potential Press.
  • Kerr, B., & Sodano, S. (2003). Career Assessment with Intellectually Gifted Students. Journal of Career Assessment, 11(2), 168-186. DOI: 10.1177/1069072703011002004
  • Nelson Grau, P. (1985). Two causes of underachievement — The scapegoat phenomenon and the Peter Pan Syndrome. Gifted Child Today, 8(6), 47-50. DOI: 10.1177/107621758500800620
  • Shade, R. (1991). Verbal humor in gifted students and students in the general population: A comparison of spontaneous mirth and comprehension. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 14(2), 134-150. DOI: 10.1177/016235329101400203
  • The Mofet Institute (2022). Retrieved from https://mofet-web.macam.ac.il/international/publications/dapim/ The Odyssey Program at Tel Aviv University (2021). Retrieved from https://www.madaney.net/en/site/programs/odyssey/universities2/tlv/
  • Vidergor, H.E., & Eilam, B. (2010). Curriculum transformation: The Israeli teacher certification in gifted education. Gifted and Talented International, 25(2), 29-51.
  • Yermish, A. (2010). Cheetahs on the Couch: Issues affecting the therapeutic working alliance with clients who are cognitively gifted. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Psychology, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, Boston, MA: MIT.
  • Ziv, A., & Gadish, O. (1990). Humor and giftedness. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 13(4), 332-345. DOI: 10.1177/016235329001300404
  • Zorman, R. & David, H. (2000). There is another way: Girls and women – Achievements and challenges (in Hebrew). Jerusalem: The Henrietta Szold Institute and The Ministry of Education.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Education, Scientific Disciplines
Published Date March 2022
Journal Section Interview Article
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John SENİOR (Primary Author)
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United Kingdom

Publication Date March 30, 2022
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1

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APA Senior, J. (2022). An interview with Hanna David: reflections on counselling gifted children . Journal of Gifted Education and Creativity , 9 (1) , 115-127 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jgedc/issue/68496/1084763

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