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Mrs. Mills Jun 7
Planning for next year
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Cap'n Bulloch Mar 2
Crossword puzzle! Good one, you guys!
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Anthony Johnson May 23
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Jenn Frazier Mar 2
Peer and family support is important for the success of a GT student.
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Cap'n Bulloch Mar 2
Group 4 did a video and a GT rap. I hang my head in shame at their magnificence.
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Imee Villarreal Dec 2
Join us on Saturday, December 8th for our next Community Outreach Event!
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Michelle Duong Jun 7
Allow G.T students to be creative with their assignments and do not make them your personal assistants.
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Stephanie Langner May 25
Nobody just got 6th place at Global Finals!! Way to go Nobody!!
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Miss Rackley Jun 24
Teaching GT 101: Do implement research-based curriculum units! DON'T give them more work because they finish their assignment early
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Lauren Hamling Mar 2
Spending my Saturday morning learning about Identification and Assessment for gifted learners!
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Kathryn White Jun 24
When teaching GT students... DON'T use the students as teaching assistants. DO challenge the students to dive deeper into the curriculum, following research-based practices.
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Mrs. Thornberry Mar 5
T-Wolves proudly presenting their projects!
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Kathleen Plott Jul 29
Super Proud of this Rock Star PC team GT Elem Update Conf!! 410 Ts learning about research for gifted Ls!
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Peter Wood Mar 2
Piecing together the "Puzzle" that is the value of our GT kids!
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Carie Barber Jun 7
So much learning about the Nature and Needs of Gifted with teachers from all across Houston!
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Peter Wood Mar 2
Try not to get "Crossed Up" in how awesome our GT kids are!
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Taquisia Jones Jun 24
Do, ensure that task demands and assessments are content rich. -Elissa F. Brown
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Jim Alexander, M.Ed. Jun 7
Discussing 6 theorists who developed theories regarding giftedness and talents. Great strategy to check for understanding as well! @SamsonBBQ
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Kathleen Plott Aug 15
So GRATEFUL for the innovative Guiding Coalition for embarking on this journey for our !!! Wait to you see what’s next!!!!
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Melissa Ward Jun 24
In a GT class learning the DOs and DONTs about serving GT kids! You should DO... Find other gifted students and create opportunities for them to work together! DON’T...give them more worked because they finish early!
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