N.Y. school's gifted and talented camp deepens learning experiences

08/9/2013 | Staten Island Advance (N.Y.)

Staten Island Academy in New York hosted a three-week summer camp for students who are gifted and talented, where students had freedom to pursue their own interests. Some students designed and built a hamster cage for the class pet, and others learned Latin and acted out gladiator battles. "The students share several common characteristics, but the most important one is curiosity," said the assistant head of school, Eileen Corigliano.

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