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What Gifted Ninth Graders Said About Middle School

By Jim Delisle, Ph.D., author of Doing Poorly on Purpose: Strategies to Reverse Underachievement and Respect Student Dignity This post was originally published January 17, 2018, on MiddleWeb. For many years, I was a tenured university professor of education. Sure, … Continue reading

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Personalized Learning and Gifted Students

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D., author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn Part of our Cash in on Learning series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. One … Continue reading

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Recognizing, Supporting, and Nurturing Underserved Gifted Students: A Moral Imperative

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D., author of Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn Part of our Cash in on Learning series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. One … Continue reading

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Gifted, Talented, or Just Hardworking?

By Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Part of our Cash in on Learning series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. I took a very interesting route to teaching. My first degree was in … Continue reading

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When Smart Kids Make Stupid Decisions

By Jim Delisle, Ph.D., coauthor (with Judy Galbraith) of When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers Whether you’ve worked with gifted kids for a couple of weeks or a couple of decades, you’ve probably caught yourself thinking, “How could … Continue reading

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