differentiated instruction

Is it Time to Redefine “Gifted and Talented”?

Is it Time to Redefine “Gifted and Talented”?

| September 16, 2013 | 28 Comments

How “giftedness” plays out in the classroom for the roughly 3 million students who qualify can be hard to characterize. Some gifted and talented programs emphasize critical thinking and problem solving, others focus on creativity, and still others take what’s going on in standard classrooms and go into greater depth and complexity.

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Can Apple Products Pave the Way to Personalized Learning?

Can Apple Products Pave the Way to Personalized Learning?

| October 4, 2011 | 6 Comments

Apple held a press event today at its Cupertino headquarters, unveiling a variety of improvements to its line of iPods and iPhones, including an update to its mobile operating system and a brand new version of its wildly popular iPhone. As always happens around these Apple announcements, there’s a flurry of excitement — before, during, […]

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