Tips & Strategies for Teaching the Gifted Student
Need some challenging lesson plans to teach your gifted and exceptional class? Find a wealth of resources for talented students, in math, literature, art and other subjects. These activities and project ideas are sure to keep the brightest minds learning and on track. Also find ideas for group work, classroom activities and other interactive ideas.
- Five Tips for Parenting a Gifted Child
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.
- How to Incorporate Independent Study into the Primary Grades
Finding appropriate ways to challenge the gifted learner in the general classroom can be a daunting task. An independent study is the answer.
- Teaching Gifted Children: Ideas, Tips & Lesson Plans
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.
- Are We Meeting The Special Needs of Gifted Children?
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?
- How Gifted Children Are Assessed
How is exceptionality in children determined? What programs are available for children who are gifted? Most parents and some teachers of exceptional children ask these questions. Often, the answers they receive are less than helpful. This article will aid in answering these questions.
- Use Independent Projects to Get Gifted Students' Gears Going
Are you unsure what to do with the gifted students in your classroom? One way to challenge these learners is through exciting independent projects.
- Tips and Ideas for Gifted Group Activities
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.
- Challenging Gifted Students in Mainstream Classrooms
Diagnostic testing has shown that gifted students have exceptional academic skills in processing and applying knowledge in mainstream classrooms. For the gifted student who is being marginalized in the classroom, teachers must find challenging instructional methods to make learning rigorous and fun.
- Gifted and Exceptional Students and Math Problem Solving
Gifted students may be the best problem-solvers in your math classroom or the ones who will assert that they are just not into math. Either way, teachers can take a simple math lesson on ratios and create both a challenging opportunity and a teaching moment for gifted students in math classes.