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Revised Classroom Practices Survey: An Instrument to Collect Information on Differentiated Educational Practices

Friday, November 10
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM
Location: 202 B

The Classroom Practices Survey is an instrument for collecting information on educators’ use of differentiated educational practices in regular classrooms for general and gifted students. The purpose of this study was to investigate if the six constructs, developed more than 20 years ago, are still applicable in the current education climate. Over 600 elementary teachers, across different states, completed the CPS. Results of confirmatory factor analyses indicate that four of the factors are still applicable with the current data. We discuss recommendations for modifying the instrument and implications of the study.

Nielsen Pereira

Assistant Professor
Purdue University

Nielsen Pereira is an Assistant Professor of Gifted, Creative, and Talented Studies at Purdue University. He received his Ph.D. in Gifted and Talented Education from Purdue University. His research interests include the design and assessment of learning in varied gifted and talented education contexts, understanding gifted and talented student experiences in talent development programs in and out of school, and conceptual and measurement issues in the identification of gifted and talented populations. He is a regular presenter in national and international conferences on educational research, gifted education, and STEM education and has published in peer-reviewed journals in the United States and in Brazil. He currently serves as Associate Editor for Gifted and Talented International.

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Juliana Tay

Graduate Student
Purdue University

Originally from Singapore where she taught art to middle and junior high schools students, Juliana is currently a PhD student in Purdue's Gifted Education program. Her current research interests are identification of gifted art learners as well as critical thinking skills in the art curriculum. Her current projects deal with identification and provision of services for underserved gifted students as well as examining the characteristics of gifted art learners.

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Yukiko Maeda

Associate Professor
Purdue University

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