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Distance learning online education. A schoolboy boy studies at home and does school homework. A home distance learning.
Instruction/Differentiation

Connect Chat: Ideas and Tips for Serving G/T Students in 2020

G/T educators joined together in this Connect Chat for a brainstorm session to share ideas and strategies for successful G/T services during this unique school year. Attendees shared questions, ideas, challenges, and what they’ve learned so far.

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District Leadership

Connect Chat: Secondary Services for G/T Students

This Connect Chat includes a conversation about how districts are serving their G/T secondary students.

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Instruction/Differentiation

PBL and the Engineering Design Process for STEM Learning

This article describes an interdisciplinary PBL instructional design model that allowed students to drive the questioning and creation as they engaged in the engineering design process.

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Instruction/Differentiation

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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District Leadership

You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure

Explore the many ways to measure gifted programming and student outcomes. We will look at both the academic and affective sides of gifted education, including the sometimes “out-of-the-box” places to get some data. Bring your own local examples and ideas to add to the online toolbox.

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District Leadership

Evidence-Based Practices in Gifted Education: Acceleration, Ability Grouping, and Universal Screening

This article focuses on the research and practical knowledge needed by administrators to increase implementation of three evidence-based practices in gifted education: acceleration, grouping, and universal screening.