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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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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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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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The Ups and Downs of Growing Up Gifted

by Judy Galbraith and Jim Delisle, authors of When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers If you want to know what kids think and feel about growing up gifted, just ask them. We have—thousands of times—and are amazed that … Continue reading

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