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Keyword: Psychosocial Skills

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Instruction/Differentiation

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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Parenting

The Gift of Failure: An Interview With Jessica Lahey

Jessica Lahey—teacher, writer, speaker, and mother of two sons—offers advice to educators and parents that may come as surprises to some.

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Social/Emotional

What The Research Says: Social-Emotional Issues in Gifted Education

The importance of social and emotional education for the gifted has been a topic of research for decades.

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Equity

If I’m So Smart, Why Do I…?: The Internal Struggles of Gifted Students With ADHD

One special population within the group of highly able children consists of gifted children who also have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (GT/ADHD).

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Equity

What the Research Says Regarding Twice-Exceptional Students

This literature review summarizes 22 articles related to twice-exceptional students and their needs in the classroom.

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Instruction/Differentiation

Tips For Teachers: Comedy in the Classroom? Is That a Joke?

Should every teacher become a comedian? No, but I believe comedy can help.