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Cash in on Learning: Homework and the Gifted Learner

Few topics in education can stir more conversation and controversy than that of homework. Typically, we consider homework any practice that is done outside of the school day or classroom. Most often, homework is practice of what was taught during … Continue reading

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“Making Inroads” at NAGC’s Annual Convention: Five Tips for Maximizing Your Experience

By Dina Brulles, coauthor of  Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom The National Association for Gifted Children’s (NAGC) 61st Annual Convention & Exhibition takes place in Baltimore, MD, November 13–16, 2014. Are you ready? Whether this is your first NAGC … Continue reading

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Snappy Answers to Stupid Excuses (for Parents of Gifted Kids)

By Jim Delisle, coauthor of The Gifted Teen Survival Guide When it comes to understanding and serving gifted kids, school administrators run the gamut from awful to awesome—and I’ve worked with both types. The awful ones may talk a good … Continue reading

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Cash in on Learning: Conference Junkie Report: The National Association for Gifted Children 2013

Conference Junkie here! As I’ve mentioned in previous blog posts, I love going to conferences to connect with other educators, learn new ideas, and share what I’ve learned about educating children. One of my favorite conferences is the National Association … Continue reading

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Cash in on Learning: Confessions of a Conference Junkie

by Richard Cash, Ed.D., Free Spirit Publishing author of Advancing Differentiation: Thinking and Learning for the 21st Century Okay, I admit it: I’m a conference junkie. Well, actually, I’m a National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) conference junkie. My first … Continue reading

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