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The Latest issue of Gifted Education News-Page (FEBRUARY-MARCH 2009 Issue) for Gifted Students and their Teachers:

This is our 105th issue since the first one in July 1991. The topics covered in this issue are:

1. Review of Igniting Creativity in Gifted Learners, K-6: Strategies for Every Teacher (2009) by Joan Franklin Smutny and S. E. von Fremd (Editors and Contributors). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

2. In preparation for National Poetry Month in April we present a discussion of Two Great Poets, Czeslaw Milosz and Emily Dickinson. This News-Page includes the following poems:

Incantation (1968) by Czeslaw Milosz

“Hope” is the thing with Feathers (Number 254, c. 1861) by Emily Dickinson

Tell all the Truth but tell it Slant (Number 1129, c. 1868)

These poems can be used to teach gifted students an appreciation for poetry.


                  Maurice D. Fisher, Ph.D., Publisher

                  Gifted Education Press


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