The balancing act of a gifted-education teacher

02/3/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Gifted-education specialist Tamara Fisher in a blog post reveals the many challenges and paradoxes of working as a teacher of students who are gifted. Many issues, from advocating for students without alienating colleagues to keeping students engaged with limited resources, represent a balancing act for gifted-education teachers, she writes.

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