Improving learning-engagement for students who are gifted

Students who are gifted often do not fit a single stereotype of a self-sufficient learner and may need help focusing or getting organized, says teacher and gifted-student consultant Carol Strip Whitney. She advises educators to collaborate with parents and brainstorm new ways to keep students who are gifted engaged in learning.

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