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The present article seeks, through literature review, to discuss the accessibility in higher education of high-skilled/gifted people. The education of high-skilled/gifted people presupposes an interaction between those involved in the educational process, aiming at totality, in a global perspective that regards all students in their individual needs; this requires a curricular proposal articulated to reality resulting in significant learning, for the formation of an aware citizen able to exercise citizenship. Thus, working with high-skilled/gifted people implies accepting heterogeneity of groups and individuals; it also implies knowing particularities, as well as the contact and the dialogic among subjects. There is also the suggestion of knowing existing jobs and building, in a collective process, forms of work based on new methodologies, which meet all their individual differences, providing them with growth.
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