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Educators constantly seek to understand what motivates gifted students to achieve, as well as factors that contribute to gifted learners underachieving.
The importance of social and emotional education for the gifted has been a topic of research for decades.
Should every teacher become a comedian? No, but I believe comedy can help.
When students of seemingly exceptionally high ability perform at levels that are well below their potential, their teachers and parents are faced with bewildering and frustrating challenges.
This article defines and discusses the definition of underachievement, explains the concept of learning, and addresses ways that executive functions and skills influence the learning process.
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