Australian educator: Tips on understanding, teaching students who are gifted

03/4/2014 | Australian Teacher Magazine online

Ann Stanley, a leading teacher currently on leave from Koonung Secondary College in Australia, in this commentary lists the 10 questions she most often is asked about students who are gifted and talented -- sometimes a difficult subgroup of students for teachers to engage, she writes. Among other things, Stanley addresses why some students who are gifted actually may struggle in school. She also lists characteristics that students who are gifted often exhibit and offers tips on how to better meet the needs of such students.

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