20 Ideas: For Teaching Gifted Children in the Middle School and High School

20 Ideas: For Teaching Gifted Children in the Middle School and High School

by Joel McIntosh
     
 
Imagine taking your gifted and talented students to a mysterious old graveyard in town and teaching them to conduct history research using the information they gather, teaching gifted children the concepts behind great literature using modern science fiction, allowing your students to conduct independent research in their mathematics classroom, or encouraging your

Overview

Imagine taking your gifted and talented students to a mysterious old graveyard in town and teaching them to conduct history research using the information they gather, teaching gifted children the concepts behind great literature using modern science fiction, allowing your students to conduct independent research in their mathematics classroom, or encouraging your students to plan and participate in exotic travel around the world-without ever leaving your classroom.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781882664054
Publisher:
Prufrock Press
Publication date:
01/28/1992
Pages:
134
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.29(d)

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Meet the Author

Joel E. McIntosh is the publisher of the Journal of Advanced Academics, Gifted Child Today, and Creative Kids magazines. During the years prior to his work at Prufrock Press, he directed a federal Department of Education Javits Grant at Baylor University, coordinated Baylor's Interdisciplinary Creative Problem Solving Conference, and worked as a high school English teacher.

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