Students as Teachers

@article{Haertig1988StudentsAT,
  title={Students as Teachers},
  author={M. Haertig},
  journal={Gifted Child Today},
  year={1988},
  volume={11},
  pages={33 - 35}
}
  • M. Haertig
  • Published 1 March 1988
  • Education
  • Gifted Child Today
i fted students display the need and readiness for individualized educational plans. It is c o m m o n to engage these students in cont rac t wo rk , internships, mentorsh ips, and other targeted research experiences. Enr ichment like Joseph Renzulli 's Type I I I , o r real problem-solving, makes the s t u d e n t " a n a c t u a l r e s e a r c h e r investigating a real p r o b l e m " (Davis and R imm, 1985, pp. 180-182). Chi ldren are challenged to become producers of knowledge, not merely… 
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