Differentiation For Gifted And Talented Students

Author: Carol Ann Tomlinson
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1483361101
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Focusing on the link between gifted education and general education, this resource discusses the benefits of differentiating curriculum and instruction.

Differentiating Instruction For Gifted Learners

Author: Christine Weber
Editor: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1618215337
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Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners allows educators and stakeholders to examine issues related to differentiating curriculum and instruction in a variety of contexts. The case studies in this rich resource analyze various differentiation strategies and their benefits to promote classrooms where every student belongs, every student is valued, and every student is nurtured. The cases facilitate conversations about children and their unique needs by situating learning in authentic and meaningful contexts, with the goal of helping educators improve services and programs for gifted and talented students. "Things to Consider" guide the reader's thinking without imparting an explicit action, recommendation, or solution. Discussion questions, activities, extensions, and suggestions for additional readings support the standards of excellence set forth in the revised NAGC- CEC Teacher Preparation Standards in Gifted and Talented Education and the NAGC-CEC Advanced Standards in Gifted Education Teacher Preparation.

Teaching Strategies In Gifted Education

Author: Susan K. Johnsen
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 1593631707
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For the first time, the Gifted Child Today Readerseries brings together the best articles published in Gifted Child Today, the nation's most popular gifted education journal. Each book in this series is filled with exciting and practical classroom ideas, useful summaries of research findings, discussions of identification and classroom management, and informed opinions about educating gifted kids. Anyone involved in education will benefit from the practical, research-based ideas this unique series has to offer. Teaching Strategies in Gifted Educationoffers practical advice about teaching gifted kids. This book offers specific teaching strategies such as divergent-thinking instruction and independent study. The book also covers differentiated curriculum, classroom management, dealing with underachievement, and professional development and total school improvement. In implementing a differentiated curriculum, the authors recommend a variety of grouping arrangements and school or classroom management strategies. Strategies including counseling, the Trifocal Model, an integrated systems approach, behavioral contracts, and motivating activities are suggested for gifted students. Implementation of a quality differentiated curriculum depends on quality teachers.

Gifted Students In Primary Schools

Author: University Of New South Wales, Gifted Education Research, Resource And Information Centre Staff
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Gifted students in primary schools: differentiating the curriculum.

Differentiation For Gifted Learners

Author: Diane Heacox
Editor: Free Spirit Publishing
ISBN: 9781631984327
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Revised and updated edition helps educators increase rigor and depth for all advanced and gifted learners to fulfill their potential. With increasing numbers of students receiving gifted services every year, it's more important than ever for differentiated instruction to go beyond adjusting content levels, task complexity, or product choice--it must truly challenge and support learners on all levels: academic, social, and emotional. This award-winning resource in the field of gifted education has been revised and updated to include: a discussion of underserved learners--particularly English language learners, students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and economically disadvantaged students updated information on learning standards, MTSS, and universal screening new guidelines for honors courses a focus on scholarly questioning, ethics, and empathy a novel new strategy to increase curricular depth and complexity information on learning orientations new research on neurological differences of gifted learners the pros and cons of co-teaching and how to assess its progress new tools to increase achievement, plus a discussion of "underlearning" the benefits of coaching and lesson study the authors' perspectives on and guidelines for grading Downloadable digital content includes customizable reproducible forms and a PDF presentation; a free PLC/Book Study Guide for use in professional development is also available.

Differentiated Projects For Gifted Students

Author: Brenda McGee
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ISBN: 9781593639679
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"... written to help teachers in third, fourth, and fifth grades differentiate instruction for advanced and gifted learners. The activities are hands-on, discovery-based, research-oriented and cross-curricular."--p. vii.

Literacy Strategies For Gifted And Accelerated Readers

Author: Vicki Caruana
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1475847114
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Gifted and accelerated readers are often not a part of reading instruction in a traditional or inclusive classroom. Their needs go unattended in favor of those who struggle with basic reading and foundational skills. All children should have the opportunity to grow in their knowledge and skills in literacy. This book provides teachers who have one or more gifted/accelerated or those who are "keenly interested" students in their class ways in which they can differentiate reading instruction that is equitable. Literacy Strategies for Gifted and Accelerated Readers provides educators with practical, research-based strategies and advice to address the unique needs of gifted readers. Attention to required specially designed instruction that aligns to both the content standards and the NAGC PreK-12 Gifted Programming Standards ensures that gifted readers make progress through literacy instruction. This book provides insight and expertise to general education teachers, teachers of the gifted, special education teachers, homeschool educators, professional developers, and higher education faculty.

Resources In Education

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Teaching Gifted Students In The Inclusive Classroom

Author: Tracy L. Riley
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ISBN: 9781593637040
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Appropriate learning for gifted and talented students is adjusted in pace, depth, and breadth through differentiated curricula that are both enriched and accelerated. This is often accomplished through segregated programs, within and outside school; however, the reality is that gifted students continue to spend the majority of their education in general classroom settings. This book provides teachers with practical strategies for identifying and meeting the abilities, qualities, and needs of gifted and talented students through differentiation in general classroom settings.

Gifted Education

Author: Anthony F. Rotatori
Editor: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 178350742X
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This volume addresses the most current perspectives and issues related to giftedness and is written by leaders in the field. An excellent resource for special educators, administrators, mental health clinicians, school counselors, and psychologists, this volume addresses the different educational issues that impact this population.

Curriculum Compacting

Author: Frances A. Karnes
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 1593630131
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Curriculum compacting allows learners to move successfully through the curriculum at their own pace. This book focuses on the nuts and bolts of this effective method for differentiating classroom content, process skills, and creative products of gifted learners. In this concise introduction, Dr. Sally M. Reis and Joseph S. Renzulli discuss the research on curriculum compacting and the steps employed in implementing it in any classroom. Case studies of its effectiveness on schoolwide enrichment are also included. This is one of the books in Prufrock Press' popular Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education. This series offers a unique collection of tightly focused books that provide a concise, practical introduction to important topics concerning the education of gifted children. The guides offer a perfect beginner's introduction to key information about gifted and talented education. Educational Resource

Gifted Students In Secondary Schools

Author: Miraca U. M. Gross
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ISBN: 9780733405174
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This comprehensive text provides an easy-to-follow blue-print for developing exciting and challenging curriculum units for gifted and highly able students in Years 7-12. Includes information on differentiating the secondary school syllabus to extend and challenge gifted children. Contains 800 enrichment and extension activities.

Equal Educational Opportunity And Nondiscrimination For Students With Limited English Proficiency

Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights
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This report focuses on issues relating to the development and implementation of educational programs for and placement of national origin minority students identified as having limited English proficiency. It examines the present-day barriers that prevent students with limited English proficiency from having an equal opportunity to participate in educational programs. The report evaluates and analyzes the Office for Civil Rights' (OCR) implementation, compliance, and enforcement effort for Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Lau v. Nichols.

Supporting Gifted And Talented Pupils In The Secondary School

Author: Moira Thomson
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1848607644
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'This is an excellent book which is organised for teachers, heads of schools, and those specifically involved with very able youngsters. Many ideas are provided in this book for teachers to follow in order to render their professional expertise appropriate for helping youngsters with high ability' - Dr L. F. Lowenstein, Educational, Clinical and Forensic Psychological Consultant Using ideas that have been tried and tested in the classroom, this book takes a whole school approach to providing appropriate challenge and support for gifted and talented pupils in an inclusive educational setting. Packed with practical ideas for meeting the needs of gifted pupils and containing plenty of case studies that show what can be achieved, this book also provides advice on: " Defining and Identifying giftedness and talent; " Strategies for resolving underachievement by gifted and talented pupils; " Dual exceptionality and removing barriers to attainment; " support strategies for gifted and talented pupils (in schools and in LEAs); " different teaching and learning strategies, such as differentiation and enrichment; " devising a tailored curriculum to meet the needs of individual able pupils. Gifted and Talented Co-ordinators, class teachers, LEA Advisers and Learning Support Teachers looking for a whole-school approach to helping more able pupils develop their abilities to the fullest potential will find this book invaluable.

Education Of The Gifted And Talented

Author: Gary A. Davis
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780135056073
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For courses in Giftedness, and Gifted/Talented Education. "This top-selling comprehensive text by leaders in the field presents the best practices in gifted education." The sixth edition has been thoroughly revised, most notably with the latest research on acceleration, curriculum models, underachievement, culturally and economically disadvantaged students, gender issues, and dual exceptionalities. The content is further supported and enhanced by the inclusion of numerous practical strategies that can be implemented in the classroom, case studies that help teachers identify student needs, summaries of research on effective programs, emphasis on pedagogy and on social-emotional needs, heightened awareness of less visible sub-groups within gifted populations, and an amusing, witty writing style that adds to the appeal of this best-selling book. NEW! Readability, comprehensiveness, and humor enhance the excellence of this best-selling text, long recognized as the most popular introductory text in the field. Readers will acquire a thorough knowledge of the field, will be intrinsically motivated to read the material, and will enjoy the amusing writing style of the sixth edition. NEW! Thoroughly updated descriptions of acceleration, enrichment, and grouping options such as the Templeton Report on acceleration and the Parallel Curriculum Model are highlighted in the text to help teachers in both their understanding of what is available for gifted students and planning a program that includes sensible options. This broad overview of classroom approaches meets the pedagogical needs of gifted students and will have foundational research to gain support from school administration for initiating sound programs. Found in Chapters 5, 6, & 7. NEW! Discussion of underachievement, cultural and economic disadvantage, female underachievement, learning and emotional disabilities (dual exceptionalities), over-diagnosis and misdiagnosis of disorders is located in Chapters 12 through 15. Pre-service teachers will be sensitized to the psychological and cultural issues that cause some children s gifted performance to become invisible in their schools, and learn practical strategies for engaging these children in achievement and understand them better. Case studies of underachieving giftedness give readers a deeper insight into these pertinent issues as well. NEW! Teacher s Guidebook for instructors available for adopters of the sixth edition text. The instructor s guide will feature a wealth of information to use with students, including discussion questions, project suggestions, and sample tests. "

Priorities In Curriculum Planning For The Gifted Talented

Author: Mary Ann R. Awad
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Model Learner Outcomes For Gifted And Talented Learners

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Math Education For Gifted Students

Author: Susan K. Johnsen
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 1593631669
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For the first time, the "Gifted Child Today Reader" series brings together the best articles published in "Gifted Child Today," the nation's most popular gifted education journal. Each book in the series is filled with exciting and practical classroom ideas, useful summaries of research findings, discussions of identification and classroom management, and informed opinions about educating gifted kids. Anyone involved in education will benefit from the practical, research-based ideas this unique series has to offer. Given gifted students' accelerated and intuitive thought processes regarding mathematics, teachers need to design differentiated curricula and use strategies that increase the complexity and pace of instruction. The authors provide some specific strategies for both organizing a gifted program and teaching mathematically gifted students in either the general education classroom or in special settings. "Math Education for Gifted Students" offers information about how to differentiate for mathematically gifted students, as well as tried-and-true instructional strategies to employ, including tiered lessons, distance learning, and activities combining architecture and math.

The Parallel Curriculum

Author: Carol Ann Tomlinson
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412961318
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A guide for teachers of gifted children provides information on developing and implementing a curriculum and offers a variety of sample units and rubrics.

Independent Study For Gifted Learners

Author: Frances A. Karnes
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 1593630166
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Independent study is one of the most frequently recommended instructional strategies for differentiating and individualizing instruction for gifted students. When compared to learning styles of more average students, gifted students like instructional strategies that emphasize independence such as in-depth study and discussion. Allow your gifted students to study a high-interest topic with depth and complexity. This book offers the advice you need to help your gifted students explore important content and show their learning in creative and innovative ways. From selecting a topic, to using innovative research strategies, to reporting results in an interesting way, this book shows you how to help your students succeed at independent study. This is one of the books in Prufrock Press' popular Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education. This series offers a unique collection of tightly focused books that provide a concise, practical introduction to important topics concerning the education of gifted children. The guides offer a perfect beginner's introduction to key information about gifted and talented education. Educational Resource