Advancing Early Childhood Educators’ Access to Professional Learning in Gifted and Talented Education

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Advancing early childhood educators’ access to professional learning in gifted and talented education. Vanessa White* and Tracy Riley** * Gifted Education Specialist, NZ. ** Massey University, NZ. Full reference: White, V. & Riley, T. (2017). Advancing early childhood educators’ access […]

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