How sharing projects enriches gifted education

06/19/2013 | Education Week Teacher

Self-directed, independent-learning projects can help students who are gifted develop strong decision-making skills and pursue unique paths, gifted-education specialist Tamara Fisher writes in this blog post. She highlights her experience of bringing students together to share their projects with students from a neighboring school. "[W]e don't know just how capable they are until and unless we cut them loose and let them show us," she writes.

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