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Volume 3, Number 5 / October issue 2017
Lisa E. Creecy
Gifted education professional development
Abstract

This paper reviews the current research regarding professional development in general education and gifted education. It provides various models of professional development for general education that can easily be transferred to gifted education and the gifted education professional.
Keywords: Gifted Education, Professional Development

Cite this article:
Lisa E. Creecy. Gifted education professional development. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 3(5)2017, 68-80.


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