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Why Pi?

Why Pi? | Bright Ideas for Gifted Education | Scoop.it
Pi Day is just around the corner, but the typical fare include π art projects, memorization challenges, or other activities that separate π from its real uses. But π is such a fascinating topic that it should inspire curiosity and wonder on its own.
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Gifted and talented education: using technology to engage students - The Guardian

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The Guardian Gifted and talented education: using technology to engage students The Guardian Here we have collated some highlights and links from our recent live chat, in association with IGGY, that explored the role of technology in gifted...

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Resources for Gifted and Talented Students - LiveBinders Shelf

Resources for Gifted and Talented Students - LiveBinders Shelf | Bright Ideas for Gifted Education | Scoop.it
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CSI Scientists: Lost Artifacts and Zunal 2012

CSI Scientists: Lost Artifacts and Zunal 2012 | Bright Ideas for Gifted Education | Scoop.it

Everyone loves an Indiana Jones story. Use a webquest maker, Zunal, to inspire research on "lost artifacts." Choose from the Koh-i-Noor Diamond, the Rosetta Stone, Machu Picchu, the Bust of Nefertiti and more to motivate GT learners to find information about the history and "travels" of these artifacts. After researching,  determine the rightful owner of the artifact and give explanations for their thinking.

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