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Author: Brenda K. Davis

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District Leadership

What the Research Says About Professional Learning for Teachers of Gifted Students

This article reviews recent literature related to professional learning for in-service and preservice teachers of gifted students.

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District Leadership

How To Evaluate Your School or District G/T Program

This article proposes a Formative Evaluation of Gifted Programs Model (FEGPM) that incorporates stakeholder input and the implementation of evaluation findings.

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Social/Emotional

What the Research Says About Social Influences on the Learning and Development of Gifted and Talented Students

It is important to study those influences that contribute to the social learning and development of gifted and talented students to help them acquire social skills and interpret their social experiences.

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Equity

What the Research Says About Gifted and Talented English Language Learners

English language learners (ELLs) are students whose first language is not English and who are still learning the English language in schools.

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Social/Emotional

What The Research Says: Perspectives of Individuals Involved in Gifted Education

This literature review focuses on the perspectives of individuals involved in gifted education: gifted students and their teachers, administrators, parents, counselors, and peers.

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Social/Emotional

Gifted 101: 5 Myths About Giftedness

Myths about giftedness are powerful forces that can alter perceptions about gifted students.