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Keyword: Professional Development

Marcia Gentry

Total School Cluster Grouping: Improving Student Achievement and Teacher Practices

One way to meet the needs of gifted, high-achieving students, and/or high-ability students in the general elementary classroom is cluster grouping.
Corina R. Kaul

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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Heather Vaughn

Online Professional Development for Teachers of the Gifted and Talented

As online learning becomes more prevalent for K–12 students, it is important for teacher professional development to model K–12 best practices in an online environment ...
Cecelia Boswell

The Critical Nature of Quality Professional Learning

The process of PL goes beyond time and money to include best practice based on experience and most current research. The role of the gifted ...
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Joyce E. Kyle Miller

Tips for Teachers: Effective Programs and Practices for Gifted Students

A qualitative analysis of individual programs leads to the conclusion that there are effective practices that are worthy of replication.
Christine L. Weber

Providing Quality Professional Development Utilizing Case Studies

Although trained educators have mastered a set of knowledge, skills, and dispositions, continued professional development provides an opportunity to extend and refine them.