The Center for Talented Youth Identification Model: A Review of the Literature
Palabras clave : 
Talent Search concept
Johns Hopkins
Talent Identification
CTY Spain
Talented Youth
Fecha incorporación: 
Tourón, J. y Tourón, M. (2011). ""The Center for Talented Youth Identification Model: A Review of the Literature"". Talent Development & Excellence 3 (2), 187–202
This paper reviews the literature on the Talent Search identification model that was developed by Julian Stanley as the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth at Johns Hopkins in the 1970s and implemented by the Center for Talented Youth from the early 1980s through to the present. Other universities in the United States have also adopted this model for talent identification and development, and it has been adapted for use in other countries. To date, more than 3.5 million students have participated in Talent Search assessments, and hundreds of thousands of students have enrolled in specialized academic programs for able learners. Here we analyze the model’s founding principles, its universal characteristics, and its application and functioning in Spain. We conclude with some reflections about what we have learned and what could be done worldwide.

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