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having talent

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endowed with talent or talents

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'In this house, in the presence of Mr and Mrs Crummles, who have brought up a talented and virtuous family, to be blessings and phenomenons, and what not, are we to hear talk of nooses?'
I have already stated that the general, though he was a man of lowly origin, and of poor education, was, for all that, an experienced and talented husband and father.
I have always had difficulty remembering what the difference is supposed to be in government-speak between 'gifted' and 'talented.' There is on, of course, and when money follows the correct application of the label, it's been important to get it right.
The Talented Miss Highsmith: The Secret Life and Serious Art of Patricia Highsmith tells of a woman who has created charged novels and influenced classic films like The talented Mr.
Depending on your background, the phrase "talented children and adults" conjures a variety of perspectives about this population.
This article will report on a research project that investigated the perspectives of students and teachers on academically gifted and talented contexts regarding the quality and effectiveness of music teaching and learning experiences.
IN FEBRUARY 2005, THE NEW YORK City Department of Education announced a new citywide approach to gifted and talented education in elementary schools.
Bates and Munday, both practitioners specializing in teaching the able, talented and gifted, offer advice for providing for what are in essence special education students, including identifying candidates for programs, developing and applying general policies across the school, creating challenges in the mainstream classroom that will hold the attention of the talented and gifted and motivate them to achieve appropriately, involving parents and school officials, and making the best use of resources for teachers and parents.
To identify a future research agenda with the goal of narrowing the achievement gap between underrepresented groups and their peers in gifted and talented education, The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented (NRC/GT) at the University of Connecticut convened a Needs Assessment Conference in January 2005 and commissioned four papers from leading scholars nationwide.
By contrast, there's no push to dismantle or modify Florida's Talented 20 program, which was created by Bush's younger brother, former Florida Gov.
The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) is now accepting submissions for its annual Most Promising Commercial Salesperson of the Year award, which recognizes the industry's most talented newcomers for their current and potential professional achievement, ethical standards, leadership and skill.
Career counseling of gifted and talented students must acknowledge the unique career and life development issues that may impact their career planning.
Together, they created a family of beautiful, ambitious, and remarkable children, which included the stunning and exotic superstar vocalist, Massina Rousseau, a gorgeous and immensely talented singer who endures numerous tragedies and life-altering losses to become one of the most successful performers in history."