Cluster grouping of gifted students: How to provide full-time services on a part-time budget

Winebrenner, Susan; Devlin, Barbara
January 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p62
Academic Journal
Highlights a number of questions which pertain to the clustering of gifted students. What it means to place such students in cluster groups; Comparison of clustering to tracking; Why the need to place these students in groups; Information on the learning needs of students; How students should be identified for these groups.


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