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Teaching Twice-Exceptional Students

By Susan Winebrenner, M.S., author of Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom Do any of these kids remind you of students you have taught over the years? Consider Jon, whose oral storytelling skills create vivid images in the listener’s mind, … 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: What I’ve Learned from Twice-Exceptional Students: Five Keys to Success

by Richard Cash, Ed.D., Free Spirit Publishing author of Advancing Differentiation: Thinking and Learning for the 21st Century Of the many students I’ve had the pleasure to work with, one young man stands out from the rest. In the mid-1990s, … Continue reading

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Cash in on Learning: 10 Lessons All Teachers Can Learn from Gifted Education

by Richard Cash, Ed.D., Free Spirit Publishing author of Advancing Differentiation: Thinking and Learning for the 21st Century In keeping with the theme of my last two blog posts, I now want to emphasize what all teachers can learn from … Continue reading

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