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Giving a Lift to the Gifted: Ideas and Essays for Helping Teachers Inspire Higher Thinking in the Creative Classroom Spiral-bound – Unabridged, 2014
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Contains many informative and useful essays on developing gifted students’ creativity in the classroom and home. Some topics covered are: ● You, A Creative Reader ● Challenging the Bright Ones ● Facilitating Creative Reading ● Taking another Look at Questioning Students ● Silly Questions ● Challenging Students to Use Both Hemispheres of the Brain ● Analogizing ● Another Way to Test Academically Talented Students: The Examination as a Learning Experience ● A Technique for Facilitating Discussion: The Automatic Chairman ● Mental Arithmetic ● Inducing Critical and Creative Sets When Teaching Writing ● Motivating Students to Think and Write ● Inject Humor and Excitement into Your Creative Writing Program ● Approbation for the Gifted Student’s Creative Writing ● What Is It? The Easiest and Best Writing Lesson of the Month ● The Primacy of Privacy in Poetry ● Finish the Story: A Technique for Discussing Bullies and Respect ● When Students Want to Write: From Haiku to Tanka ● Reflections of a Codger