It's becoming more common for students to work in groups rather than individually. DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth says creating these active learning communities can positively impact a learner's ability and help meet individual learner goals.
Diversifying gifted and talented programs represents only the first step in expanding access, educators say. Districts also must retain those students—and that means ensuring their experiences are positive. Maryland’s Montgomery County Schools spent three years building diversification into its countywide gifted and talented magnet programs.
Outfitting small groups with technology for today’s classroom is often a challenge of both space and budget for many school districts. Now, smaller, more affordable storage options can solve this problem with compact, economical store and charge stations designed for smaller spaces.