15 Tips for Gifted Learners – Student Savvy
I recently blogged about differentiated learning regarding students with ADHD. Today I wanted to focus on the needs of gifted learners. I feel like these students are often left in the classroom without much consideration. I mean, why should we worry about them, aren’t they already ahead of the game? Please DO NOT have this perspective on gifted students! If teachers
Teaching the Gifted and Talented: 33 Websites Where You Can Find Good Resources
I wish the Internet was available to me as a kid in elementary school. In New York City, where I attended kindergarten through sixth grade, they called the gifted and talented class "SP". I remember being put into a class to learn French, but very little else. I figured out how ahead I was only when I entered junior high school in New Jersey. The French language I had studied for three years allowed me to coast through French class for the next four years. Without anymore "SP" or "G and T"…
Differentiate Math With Complexity and Novelty
Looking for some ways to challenge your advanced mathematicians? If you'd like to keep them on the same topic as the rest of your class, consider increasing the complexity of your current unit. If they're in need of more advanced curriculum to keep their creativity flowing, try to bring in novel ways of looking at math.