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In Teaching Able, Gifted and Talented Children, the author Clive Tunnicliffe, offers a vision of provision for able, gifted and talented (AG&T) learners within the context of Every Child Matters (ECM) legislation and the drive to achieve personalized learning. Providing a clear and concise summary of an increasingly important area of educational provision, this book offers the right balance of theory and practical strategies. Each chapter contains a summary of key points, case studies of good practice, great ideas to use with students and Professional Development Activities for staff.

Developing School Policy
Developing school policy

All schools have a policy for their able learners, even if the policy is not to have a formal policy. Such an approach is not necessarily an indication of institutional inertia or complacency but can derive from the sincerely held educational philosophy that the most educationally advantaged youngsters will automatically gain most from the provision on offer and that diverting attention, effort and resources ...

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