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Educators constantly seek to understand what motivates gifted students to achieve, as well as factors that contribute to gifted learners underachieving.
The importance of social and emotional education for the gifted has been a topic of research for decades.
A literature review of what it means to be gifted in secondary and higher education.
A qualitative analysis of individual programs leads to the conclusion that there are effective practices that are worthy of replication.
One of the first steps in writing curriculum for the gifted is to begin by making sure that the learning theory that undergirds curriculum is thoroughly understood.
Multimedia projects allow students to engage in planning, organizing, and creative processing with the end result being products that can be shared with the global learning community.
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