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Flexible Thinking -
This bulletin board was the grand finale of an activity to put Flexible thinking into practice. Students had to unscramble the letters (which were just outlined in black ink) to figure out what the phrase was. Then the students were to decorate "their letter" with flexible thinking. They could do anything with the construction paper that was...source

High Students in First Grade - In the primary grades, we do reading groups. In my classroom, these are ability based (although the kids can move from group to group as ability increases past their group peers). My two highest groups I have working on things that are past their grade level. For example, I purchased the...source



Cluster Grouping Of Gifted Students - An explanation of cluster grouping, the reasoning behind it and the basics of implementation, written in a question and answer format source

Hoagies Gifted Education Page - An annotated directory of articles and internet resources pertaining to gifted education, ADD/ADHD, gifted LD, academic acceleration, and more source

National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) - A membership organization. Activities include the quarterly publication Gifted Child Quarterly, networking opportunities, an annual convention, and advocacy source

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