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Educational Options: Ability Grouping
, For Educators: Teaching Strategies
||A Menu of Options for Grouping Gifted Students (The Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education)
||Prufrock Press Inc.
||Karen B. Rogers, a leader in the field of gifted education, provides teachers with practical advice for choosing a grouping option that best fits their students and information on how to assess their grouping choices. From grouping by ability, to grouping by interest, to grouping by learning style, the use of grouping in the gifted and regular education classroom has proven to be a successful method of instruction for students. Grouping provides teachers with an effective means of providing gifted students with challenging coursework and access to advanced content, and gives students an avenue to create a peer group of other gifted students.
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