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Stealth Gifted? Bringing Out Hidden Abilities in Your College Classes

Ellen D. Fiedler, PhD Some of the students in your college classrooms are obviously gifted. They stick out like the proverbial “sore thumb”— always ready, willing, and able to speak up in class and share relevant ideas to any discussion. They perform well on any of your assessments, and they make teaching a joy. Other students’ abilities are much less obvious. They seem to fade into the woodwork and hide from sight. You wonder about them and who they really are. Every now and then, you see flashes of insight and remarkable ideas, but then their true gifts and talents disappear from sight. Disengaged or Stealth Gifted? Under the umbrella of the word “stealth” is the concept of functi

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