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3 Things Gifted Students Wish Their Teachers Knew

By Deb Douglas, author of The Power of Self-Advocacy for Gifted Learners: Teaching the 4 Essential Steps to Success This summer, I had the great joy of working with 40 gifted teens at S.O.A.R. (Summer Opportunity with Advanced Rigor) camp … Continue reading

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Ed Tech: Managing Training in Your Future

Teachers are learners, too. And differentiation applies to how teachers learn as well. If you purchased any new computerized device in the last few years—smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, or even a camera—you probably did not find a printed user’s guide … Continue reading

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Teach the Way They Learn

By Susan Winebrenner, author of Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom “If they are not learning the way we are teaching them, we must teach them the way they learn!” This quote from Kenneth Dunn, a leader in the study … Continue reading

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Gifted Cluster Grouping—Making It Work!

By Dina Brulles, coauthor of The Cluster Grouping Handbook and Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom Professional Development Multimedia Package An observer in Mrs. Peterson’s gifted-cluster classroom sees highly engaged students working in small groups. One group is researching on … Continue reading

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