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Brussels Sprouts Surprise; or, Not the End of Homeschooling

My 15yo (16 in two weeks!) passes through the kitchen while I am trimming Brussels sprouts—chopping off browning ends, halving them to roast.

“What are we having for dinner?” she asks, grabbing a glass for water, the better to wash down all that Easter chocolate. 842 more words

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What Teachers of Gifted Students Should Know

What Teachers of Gifted Students Should Know and Be Able to Do

Abstract: The purpose of this qualitative case study was to explore and understand the lived experiences of gifted education teachers to potentially identify themes in their experiences that can develop new understandings of the practice of gifted education. 1,527 more words

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Cash in on Learning: Engaging Students through Interest-Based Anchor Activities

It’s that time of year again—that time between the end of spring break and the end of the school year. In many schools, it’s high testing season, so students and teachers alike are stressed. 876 more words

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6 Key Issues for the Gifted Community

Six key issues for the gifted community were discussed at this week’s #gtchat. Each question referenced an issue. They were:

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Enter to Win Gifted Resources

This month we’re giving away a book bundle that meets the unique needs of gifted kids and their teachers: This giveaway is now closed.

When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers… 199 more words

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