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Cheerful smiling little boy with big backpack jumping and having fun against blue wall. Looking at camera. School concept. Back to School
Cheerful smiling little boy with big backpack jumping and having fun against blue wall. Looking at camera. School concept. Back to School
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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Tillie Hickman

Diversity and Gifted Education

When we fail to identify those children who do not fit easily into our preconceived notions of giftedness, we fail not only those children but our society as well.

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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.

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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 educator in this process is to create long-term change in participants.

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Katie D. Lewis

Culturally Responsive Gifted Educators: Reaching Every Child, Every Day

Educators must provide a safe, caring, inclusive learning environment, where all students have the opportunities to achieve beyond preconceived ideas.

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Lacy Compton

Student Spotlight: Goal: Giving English Language Learners Opportunities for Leadership

Bryan originally just wanted to play soccer. For this Denton student, his district’s unique program, GOAL (Guys/Girls Operating as Leaders), offered him that ability.