Why Gifted? Archives - Institute for Educational Advancement

11 Mar Keeping Young

By Jim Delisle When I first began working with gifted kids in 1978, I had no idea that I'd still be doing so 36 years later. Those first gifted 4th-5th graders I taught in Stafford Springs, Connecticut are now closer to their retirements than their college...

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11 Mar Keeping Young

By Jim Delisle When I first began working with gifted kids in 1978, I had no idea that I'd still be doing so 36 years later. Those first gifted 4th-5th graders I taught in Stafford Springs, Connecticut are now closer to their retirements than their college...

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11 Mar Keeping Young

By Jim Delisle When I first began working with gifted kids in 1978, I had no idea that I'd still be doing so 36 years later. Those first gifted 4th-5th graders I taught in Stafford Springs, Connecticut are now closer to their retirements than their college...

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27 Mar Imagine the Impact of Gifted Programs

By Jessica Houben Emily was six years old and a first grader in elementary school. Most of her classmates were still learning to read. Emily had read all of the Harry Potter books before she began first grade. Every time she would sit through reading lessons,...

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