Guidance on Teaching the Gifted and Talented

Various authors, Oct 22, 2003
Commentary by Stephen Downes

When I was in grade 9 or 10, our teachers herded a group of us into a room and announced their intent to form what they called the Alpha Club for the school's gifted or advanced students. In retrospect, that wasn't the best name, and in any event, nothing ever followed the initial meeting. But it was a small school and there were only four or five of us. Nobody really expected anything. And so I slept my way through the rest of high school. The internet age changes this dynamic, as even small schools have access to the resources they need for small demographics. Resources such as this page (via Sparticus). "This website provides guidance for teachers, coordinators and others involved in teaching the gifted and talented in the context of an inclusive curriculum."
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