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Have Your Students Review the School Year Successfully

Are you looking for an end-of-year activity you can use to help your students review its events in a meaningful way? Keep in mind that some students are not comfortable with written work. Some teachers suggest that it;s OK to make a vocal recording instead. But students...

source: By Susan Winebrenner
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Remember the name Tamir Harper. At 18, the Southwest Philadelphia kid has become a go-to speaker at education conferences both local and national. School Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. considers Harper "remarkable," and Michelle Obama recently introduced him on stage...

source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

For many, childhood memories are of outdoor play: "baking" mud pies, building forts, climbing trees, playing tag at the park and constructing sand castles at the beach. Children today spend only half as much time playing outside as their parents did 30 years ago. Childhood...

source: Parenting for High Potential

One of the things parents raising gifted children deal with daily, but many others don't understand, are the very real challenges stemming from asynchronous development of these unique learners. After all — how does one grapple with supporting a 10-year-old who reads...

source: NAGC

No other city in the country screens students for as many schools as New York — a startling fact all but lost in the furor that has erupted over Mayor Bill de Blasio's recent proposal to change the admissions process for the city's handful of elite high schools. One...

source: The New York Times

Comparatively little attention has been paid to Hong Kong's gifted education system, leading to a lack of support for our exceptionally talented children. The only existing official authority for gifted education is the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education. Other advanced...

source: South China Morning Post

By at least one measure, IS 187 (The Christa McAuliffe School) in Brooklyn holds the honor of being the best middle school in New York City. In 2017, 82 percent of its students who took the Specialized High School Admissions...

source: City Limits

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