Ohio students who are gifted compete in invention challenge

04/13/2011 | Lancaster Eagle-Gazette (Ohio)

Students who are gifted at an Ohio elementary school are participating this week in their school's Ohio Invention Convention, hoping to earn a spot in regional and state competitions. Educators say the competitions teach students -- who are in third, fourth and fifth grades -- how to persevere and find solutions for problems. "Our main focus is to teach them critical thinking and 21st century learning skills," gifted-intervention specialist Sandi Christian said.

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