Students who are Gifted. By Lisa Winkler. Definition of Gifted Students. Students who have extraordinary talents and skills Students who are very bright, creative, and talented Twice exceptional gifted students are students who also have disabilities.
By Lisa Winkler
let the child get excited about their interests
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