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GT Best Practices: Learning Multiple Languages

May 1, 2011

by Jeff Jordan

All too often, we speak and hear of “Best Practices” of gifted education without truly understanding what that means.  As a result, each of our Campus Reps has undertaken the challenge to evaluate and research the “Best Practices” (as based on the book, Best Practices of Gifted Education by Robinson, Shore and Enersen).  The following article is part of our 15 part series, GT Best Practices.

  • Jeff Jordanis the CGA campus rep at North, 2010-2012.

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