Janet Caraisco's research while affiliated with St. John's University and other places

Publication (1)

Article
In this article, the author compares the potential academic and attitudinal gains of a gifted and talented population using different instructional methods. It has been found that instruction for identified high-achieving students must be different than that of general education students. Gifted and talented students cannot maximize learning opport...

Citations

... Deferential differentiation occurs when the features of instruction a student has identified as favorites are enhanced. The positive impact of integrating students' interests and preferences into classroom instruction on outcomes and motivation is well documented (e.g., Caraisco, 2007;Collins & Amabile, 1999;Kohn, 1993;Sagan, 2010;Tomlinson, et al., 2003). ...