Does your child excel at school or in other areas? Learn how you can be certain that your gifted student’s needs are being met in the classroom.
Finding appropriate ways to challenge the gifted learner in the general classroom can be a daunting task. An independent study is the answer.
Whether it is the beginning of a new school year or close to the end of the final semester, educators are always searching for information on new activities, lesson plans and projects for advanced learners. This guide is chock-full of information dedicated to advanced learners.
According to the National Association of Gifted Children, there are approximately 3 million academically gifted students in grades K-12 in the US. That number is approximately 6% of all school age children in the United States. Are we meeting these children’s special academic needs?
Do your more talented students sometimes struggle working in groups? Do you need ideas for grouping and creating a strong activity for them to work on together? Providing a theme may help them to tap into their thirst for excess knowledge and promote further learning in the classroom.
Sometimes a teacher can feel overwhelmed with keeping students engaged and excited about learning. After all, gifted students have so much to offer, so typical classroom activities may fall flat.
Giftedness can be very difficult to define and evaluate. Many school districts are mandated to identify their gifted students using a two tiered approach and answer the questions is this child gifted, and do they display a need for gifted support?
Are you unsure what to do with the gifted students in your classroom? One way to challenge these learners is through exciting independent projects.
Exceptional learners often need different teaching strategies than mainstream students. Reading strategies are successful when they allow you to evaluate each student’s ability to assimilate new information.
The acceleration of gifted students is supposed to be done to the benefit of the child. Learn about some of the ways to accelerate a gifted student and the details to consider before making that choice.