1 edition of Gifted - programs, teaching methods, and curriculum found in the catalog.
Gifted - programs, teaching methods, and curriculum
|Series||Exceptional child education resources topical bibliography series -- no. 706, Exceptional child education resources topical bibliography series -- no. 706|
|Contributions||ERIC Clearinghouse on Exceptional Children|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Methods and Materials for Teaching the Gifted, 2nd Edition offers strategies and resources for differentiating instruction for gifted learners. The book acts as an excellent introduction to gifted education curriculum planning, instructional unit design, evaluation, and teaching by: Included is research about the definitions of giftedness, identification procedures, and the various types of programs developed Gifted - programs specifically address gifted learners’ needs.
Featuring classroom scenarios, suggestions for diverse learners, and a variety of lesson ideas, this resource supports the purposeful differentiation of the curriculum Cited by: 4.
Methods And Materials For Teaching The Gifted by Frances A. Karnes & Suzanne M. Bean Comprehensive textbook introduction to gifted education curriculum planning, instructional unit design, evaluation, and teaching methods.
Chapters include differentiated curricular design, process skills development, instructional practices. Separate studies conducted during the last few decades have demonstrated both the need for and the benefits of gifted education programs. Of special interest are the documented benefits that occur for all children when gifted education strategies and programs are extended to other students, as well.
Simply stated Gifted education works. this approach to curriculum for the gifted can be viewed as successful. At the secondary level, special science programs for the gifted have used the model (VanTassel-Baska and Kulieke, ).
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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.
Methods and Materials for Teaching the Gifted, 2nd Edition offers strategies and resources for differentiating instruction for gifted learners. The book acts as an excellent introduction to gifted education curriculum planning, instructional unit design, evaluation, and teaching methods.
This new edition expands upon the best-selling first edition with new chapters and fully updated. Sample Gifted Program Goals To provide mastery of basic content at a pace and depth appropriate to the capacity of able learners.
To promote critical thinking and reasoning abilities To develop research skills and methods To develop self-understanding To enhance opportunities for future planning and development To develop creative and divergent thinking skillsFile Size: 1MB. The possibilities are limitless, and the curriculum and approach should allow for the individualized, flexible, and appropriately challenging experiences identified by Joyce Michel, author of “Desperately Seeking Research on Homeschooling the.
The following are suggestions for differentiating for the mathematically gifted by using (1) assessment, (2) curriculum materials, (2) instructional techniques, and (4) grouping models.
These opportunities should be made broadly available to any student with interest in taking advantage of them. This book is designed to provide strategies and resources for differentiating the instruction of gifted learners.
It addresses characteristics and needs of gifted learners, instructional planning and evaluation, strategies for best practices, and supporting and enhancing gifted programs. Specific chapters include: (1) "Gifted and Talented Learners: Many, Varied, Unique, and Cited by: This book is designed to provide strategies and resources for differentiating the instruction of gifted learners.
It addresses characteristics and needs of gifted learners, instructional planning. Gifted Programs "Most school mission statements proclaim the intention of educating every child to the level of his or her potential, yet many times those words have no translation value for the gifted as they sit bored in classrooms where their instructional level exceeds by years their age-peers sitting in the next seat.
C&T Differentiated curriculum for gifted students. This course examines the characteristics of appropriate and defensible curriculum for gifted children and youth. teaching methods Particular emphasis is placed on instructional strategies, curriculum theories, flexible grouping techniques, and meeting the needs of gifted learning in the regular classroom.
To allow for this, an investment of three years to design, develop, implement, and revise is acceptable. The following model is central to planning effective curriculum for gifted learners (Van Tassel-Baska, ).
The Instructional Design Model A fundamental design model needs to be employed in developing curriculum for the gifted (see Figure 1). ASU's online MEd Curriculum and Instruction, Gifted Education degree equips students with the skills and knowledge to work with gifted children.
Teaching the Gifted Learner: Models, Methods, and Programs. COE Introduction to Research and Evaluation in Education Our teacher and leadership preparation programs combine scholarly rigor.
Introduction to Gifted Education is the definitive textbook designed for courses that introduce teachers to gifted education, whether that is in graduate school or in certification or continuing development programs for teachers.
The book is inclusive in nature, addressing varied approaches to each topic while relying on no single theory or construct/10(1). M.A. Professional Certification Program leading to the Extension in Gifted Education (32 credits); Summer Certification (12 credits) ; The Professional-certification Program in the Education of Gifted Students in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University, is designed for students who have graduated from an accredited teacher-education.
Methods and Materials for Teaching the Gifted, 2nd Edition offers strategies and resources for differentiating instruction for gifted learners.
The book acts as an excellent introduction to gifted education curriculum planning, instructional unit design, evaluation, and teaching methods/5(33). Teaching Gifted Education Deciding on a career in gifted education allows you to reach and teach a demographic of students who enjoy creative and academic challenges.
Gifted education teachers are not limited to the traditional classroom, and they are able to work within a number of learning environments. Designing and Developing Programs for Gifted Students. presents the insights and experience of practitioners in the field of gifted education to explore how gifted programmes work, what they can do for families, and the steps others have taken to develop successful programmes in.
Gifted Programs in School. While there are schools that cater entirely to gifted and talented students, there are also gifted programs in many mainstream, public schools. Once your child is identified as a gifted student, he or she may enter such a program at no charge.
Your child's eligibility is typically determined through testing. Latest edition of the go-to classroom resource since for reaching and challenging gifted students.
This fourth edition of the “orange bible” brings fresh updates to the definitive guide to meeting the learning needs of gifted students in the mixedabilities classroom—seamlessly and effectively with minimal preparation : Free Spirit Publishing, Inc.
From the pages of Teaching for High Potential, a quarterly publication of the National Association for Gifted Children, this collection of articles is sure to be of use to any educator of high-ability included range from instructional methods across all content areas, including tips and tools for reading and vocabulary instruction, integrating STEM content, and engaging.
This book reviews past developments within the field of gifted education and identifies the current trends, issues, and beliefs to be faced in the 21st century. The book is organized to provide a framework for those who are responsible for nurturing the development of gifts and talents in the home, school, and community.
Specific chapters address: (1) definitions and models of Cited by: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Teaching Of Gifted Students Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Words for Gifted Programs; Writing Processes of Children, Reading and Writing Nonfiction, The Dynamics of Language, and graduate courses in Methods of Teaching Children’s Literature, Methods of Teaching Writing, Includes PDF of Book.
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Curriculum could include topics such as literacy development, assistive technology, behavioral theory, learning disability strategies, and autism spectrum disorder.
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The type(s) of gifted services to be provided, academic standards to be met, the teaching methods employed, and the manner in which students will be evaluated annually. Performance standards gifted students are to meet to maintain their. Classroom approaches for applying current research on the education of gifted and talented students.
Includes development and evaluation of curricular projects and selecting, preparing and evaluating materials. Emphasis on cultivation of high-level cognitive and affective skills and the development of leadership skills.
Gifted: Curriculum and Instructional Strategies (60 CEU) Course Syllabus Description Investigate research-based practices, models, and strategies designed to meet the needs of gifted learners. Discover resources for aligning state standards and the gifted curriculum.
Become an advocate for gifted students and programs. Learning Objectives. Teaching Gifted Children: Success Strategies for Teaching High-Ability Learners.
Edited by Jeff Danielian, Matthew Fugate & Elizabeth Fogarty, $ From the pages of Teaching for High Potential, a quarterly publication of the National Association for Gifted Children, this collection of articles is sure to be of use to any educator of high.
often, the regular curriculum is insuffi-cient in depth, breadth, and pace to meet the needs of the gifted child (Wolfle, ). In addition, the recent emphasis on state standardized testing programs has increased the use of basic skills instruction and drill in an attempt to assure that all students will be suc-cessful on these tests (Moon.
Working with a gifted student can be both a joy and a frustration. To understand why, we need to be clear about definitions.
A gifted student is one whose intelligence - typically described as an IQ score resulting from one or more tests - is or above. That is, giftedness is a measure of innate ability, not performance.
The result is a paradox. Description. This book outlines the best ideas that have come from leaders in gifted education. It is up-to-date and well-organized. It begins with an overview of current issues and proceeds to an effective and intellectual discussion of characteristics of gifted students.
Gifted education (also known as gifted and talented education (GATE), talented and gifted programs (TAG), or G/T education) is a broad group of special practices, procedures, and theories used in the education of children who have been identified as gifted or talented.
The main approaches to gifted education are enrichment and enrichment program. Curriculum Development for the Gifted provides an analysis of curriculum modifications for gifted learners based on the National Association for gifted Children (NAGC) Standards for Graduate Programs in Gifted Education.
Participants will be able to demonstrate modifications in the content, process. The book acts as an excellent introduction to gifted education curricular planning, instructional unit design, evaluation, and teaching methods.
The chapters of this comprehensive textbook are written by respected leaders in the field of gifted education. The authors review the needs of gifted learners, instructional planning and evaluation Author: Frances Karnes.
Interact Simulations: Great simulation units for gifted curriculum: My colleagues and I liked many of these units, we used approximately one unit a year as a gifted unit of study. Prufrock Press: Fav resources for gifted materials (workbooks, journals, activities): As a teacher I ordered many materials from this site.