How to modify educational strategies for students who are gifted

02/3/2010 | San Diego News Network

Teachers of students who are gifted can keep pupils engaged and enrich their learning experience by asking open-ended questions that allow them to consider and share their opinions. Teachers can also offer complex alternative assignments that are still aligned with the curriculum, according to this article that outlines strategies to help educators keep students who are gifted from becoming bored or disengaged.

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