Tamara Fisher provides a run-down of excellent summer professional development opportunities for those wanting to learning more about gifted students and gifted education.

Looking for a way to collect and store various types of media on a particular topic? Hunting for great teacher resources? Tamara Fisher shares LiveBinders with excellent compilations of Gifted Education tools.

Some wonder, if advanced students have access to advanced content-area classes, do they really still need a gifted program? Tamara Fisher's gifted students offer their perspectives on the unique value GT holds for them.

Does one of your students need an alternative alternative? Is there a radiowave insulator in your classroom? Tamara Fisher shares "two second" moments from her classroom.

A powerful message written on her shirt provided a reassuring moment for a parent in Tamara Fisher's school. Now she's pondering other ways to wear her 'geek' on her sleeve.

Gifted Education Specialist Tamara Fisher contemplates the fine line she walks in her job, balancing the sometimes competing needs of her students and her teaching colleagues.

A new slate of webinars are available for those interested in learning more about Gifted Education and advanced learners!

Gifted Education Specialist Tamara Fisher shares visual examples of a sampling of happenings from her classroom.

Tamara Fisher details excerpts from the "State of the Nation in Gifted Education" report. It is a mixed bag, largely showing continued inattention to the learning needs and potential of our nation's most advanced learners.

Tamara Fisher continues her updates from the national gifted education conference.


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