Maintaining good relationships with teachers in your school, even if they are cynical about what you do, is a challenging but necessary task for educators who teach students who are gifted, writes gifted educator Tamara Fisher. Fisher in this blog post offers a lengthy list of advice from getting involved in school by joining committees to bringing treats to the teacher's lounge and attending faculty social functions that she says can help build relationships that ultimately benefit students.
15 tips for gifted educators who are just starting out
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