How to expand on the common core for students who are gifted

11/15/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Gifted-education specialist Tamara Fisher considers in this blog post how the Common Core State Standards will affect the teaching of students who are gifted, and how to expand on these standards for students who already have mastered grade-level material. Fisher, who is attending the National Association for Gifted Children convention, offers ideas gleaned from presentations, including considering the pacing of math lessons for students who are gifted, and exploring connections between math topics and other content areas.

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