Uniquely Gifted: Identifying and Meeting the Needs of the Twice-exceptional Student
Avocus Publishing Incorporated, 2000 - Education - 356 pages
Teachers looking for a way to help their exceptional and gifted students can find a wealth of information in this guide to meeting these students' needs. With contributions by noted educators, teachers are offered techniques to identify these students and how to help them in the classroom.
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