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Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners: A Case Studies Approach


reviewed by Deborah Dailey — March 09, 2017

coverTitle: Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners: A Case Studies Approach
Author(s): Christine L. Weber, Wendy A. Behrens, & Cecelia Boswell
Publisher: Prufrock Press, Austin
ISBN: 1618215310, Pages: 202, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 09, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21861, Date Accessed: 6/29/2017 10:22:35 AM

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  • Deborah Dailey
    University of Central Arkansas
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    DEBBIE DAILEY, Ed.D., is Assistant Professor of Teaching And Learning at the University of Central Arkansas where she is the Coordinator for the Gifted and Talented Program and director of a summer camp for talented youth, STEMulate Engineering Academy. Debbie has a bachelor and master degree in Biology education and a doctorate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) in Gifted Education Administration. Debbie has authored and co-authored multiple journal articles, books, book chapters, and products focused on K-12 STEM and gifted education. Her most recent publications include an edited book, Engineering Instruction for High Ability Learners in K–8 Classrooms and a research article in School Science and Mathematics, Elementary Teachers: Concerns about Implementing a Science Program. Currently, she is co-editing a book, Coaching for Classroom Changes: Embedded Professional Development using Traditional and Virtual Formats. Debbie currently serves as the secretary for the Council for Exceptional Children—The Association for the Gifted (CEC-TAG) and is a selected member of the Professional Standards Committee for the National Association for Gifted Children. Prior to moving to higher education, Debbie was a high school science teacher and gifted education teacher for twenty years.
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