Teaching to the Top: Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Gifted Middle Schoolers
It is no secret that teaching to the middle leaves out too many students. While teachers try conscientiously to meet the needs of all, the more able ones, variously known as gifted, talented, high achievers, or accelerated learners, are all too often overlooked. In this book, author Susan Rakow, a veteran middle school teacher with nationally recognized expertise in gifted education, provides a strong rationale for the need to make provisions for gifted and high-potential learners and follows with specific and practical information and ideas on curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
National Middle School Association
Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching
Rakow, Susan, "Teaching to the Top: Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Gifted Middle Schoolers" (2007). Scholarship Collection. 110.