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Assessment: Achievement Tests
, For Educators: Curriculum Related
, Grade Level: High School
||Advanced Placement Programs and Gifted Students (The Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education)
||Prufrock Press Inc.
||One of the predominant service delivery options for secondary gifted students in America's high schools for the past two decades has been the Advanced Placement (AP) program. Written by Elisaa F. Brown, Ph.D., the book addresses misconceptions about AP courses, the benefits of AP courses for gifted learners, suggested core and targeted teaching strategies for differentiation within AP courses, and supporting and impeding structures for implementing and sustaining a coherent AP program within a high school program of studies.
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