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Student hands up asking a question in class at the elementary school. Education concept.
Student hands up asking a question in class at the elementary school. Education concept.
Kimberly Stewart

Developing Our Human Capital: One District’s Efforts to Challenge Bright Students More Effectively in Mathematics

One district shares its story of creating a math clustering program to best serve its talented students.

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Brian C. Housand

Tips for Teachers: Game On: Using Cooperative Board Games to Teach Collaboration

One way to teach gifted and talented students to become better collaborators is for them to play board games that provide them with ungraded, low-risk challenges that require them to work together toward solving a problem.

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Andi McNair

Book Study: A Meaningful Mess

A Meaningful Mess helps teachers understand why traditional teaching strategies are no longer working and what they can do to engage and empower this generation of learners. Join Andi McNair for a special book study on this book, sponsored by Prufrock Press.

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Claire E. Hughes

Teaching Green for 2E: A Tiered Reflection

Susan Baum, a longtime advocate for twice-exceptional children, uses the analogy that disabilities and challenges are blue, strengths and talents are yellow, and twice-exceptional children are green—which is both a combination and yet its own unique color.

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Bertie Kingore

Appropriate Programs for Young Gifted Children

To be educationally defensible, an appropriate program for primary gifted children must be qualitatively different from that provided average children.

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Tamra Stambaugh

Scaffolding of Instruction Is Necessary for Gifted Students, Too!

Students who are grappling with content that is advanced beyond their current readiness level need a support structure in place in order to attain higher levels of achievement.