6 edition of Instructional strategies for teaching the gifted found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Jeanette Plauché Parker.|
|LC Classifications||LC3993.9 .P37 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 341 p. :|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||88014436|
Below is a list of 49 instructional strategies, or approaches, that have been adapted with the working groups of the Washoe County School District. What follows the list is some explanation of each strategy/approach, along with related strategies/approaches where applicable. 1. Academic vocabulary and language Learning centers 2. Gifted learners need differentiated content, process, product, & affectives. Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners What it takes to teach gifted learners well begins with the premise that each child should come to school to stretch and grow Size: KB.
Book 1 highlights strategies for differentiating instruction within the regular classroom for students experiencing learning or behavioral difficulties or who are gifted and talented. It includes ideas for varying instructional time, the learning environment, resources, materials, presentation, assignments, and assessments to accommodate. A variety of instructional models are used to meet the educational, social, and emotional needs of gifted and talented students. Following are two examples: Pull-Out Programs. Some schools place gifted students in different homerooms because their educational needs are addressed through pull-out .
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Instructional strategies for teaching the gifted by Jeanette Plauché Parker, , Allyn and Bacon edition, in EnglishCited by: Teaching Gifted Kids in the Regular Classroom. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing Inc. Joan Franklin Smutny is Director, The Center for Gifted, National-Louis University, Evanston IL, coauthor of Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom, and editor of The Young Gifted Child: Potential and Promise, An Anthology.
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Cited by: Instructional Models/Strategies Part 1: Analysis. Description Example Supporting Diverse Needs of Students (ie. ELL, gifted, Students with Exceptionalities, etc). Direct Instruction. Straightforward teaching, typically teacher in front of the class delivering information.
Reading out of a book. ELL students may need some thing translated. A BIG List of Instructional Strategies for Teachers. I’ve decided to create an instructional strategies list for teachers. There are plenty of teaching textbooks meant to provide instructional strategies for teachers.
There are also huge lists of definitions available. This site strives to be more. Gifted students may, for example, find a specific book of interest and read all of the books in the series.
Teachers may also look more closely at students' native language abilities. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parker, Jeanette Plauché.
Instructional strategies for teaching the gifted. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, © • Myth: Gifted and talented readers as a group are homogenous and should receive the same reading instruction.
• Myth: Gifted and talented readers are experts at text comprehension. • Myth: Gifted and talented readers should be given complete control over their choice of reading Size: KB. This book explains the different methods used in co-teaching and offers some instructional strategies.
Questions are found at the end of each chapter for your team to discuss which can be helpful with the hard conversations that seem to be part of the growing process of by: Instructional Strategies for Gifted Students - Chapter Summary. In these engaging lessons, our educators cover the instructional strategies used to teach gifted students, including best practices.
gifted children being peer tutors in the classroom; the gifted student should be challenged as well. Emphasis should be on working together in the classroom. Cluster gifted children together as a table within the regular classroom and utilize advanced materials, as well as other suggested resources and modification, to meet their exceptional needs.
Teaching Strategies that Utilize Technology One of the best ways that you can ensure that you’re meeting the needs of your gifted students is by utilizing all that technology has to offer.
Technology permits students to be able to foster their creativity. 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. Gifted and talented students can quickly and effectively absorb and organize abstract concepts, so teachers should provide them with opportunities to explore topics of interest. Make use of projects. Differentiating for the Young Child: Teaching Strategies Across the Content Areas (K- 3).
Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, Inc. Author Note. Joan Franklin Smutny is Director o/the Center jOr Gifted at National-Louis University, in Evanston, IL.
She is the author or editor of several books on gifted education, and is a frequent contributor. Learning Strategies for Reluctant Gifted Learners. Start with your kiddo. Let him know what he’s doing has a purpose. My gifted teen is really struggling with motivation right now, and so I need to chat with him regularly about what he wants out of his future.
Strategies for Teaching Vocabulary. Strategies for teaching vocabulary are a critical part of every teacher’s toolkit, yet searching for them is a little bit of an Alice in Wonderland experience – down the rabbit hole you go.
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.
An EL article from the archives, “Raising Expectations for the Gifted,” suggests five strategies for teaching gifted students in an inclusive classroom: Curriculum Compacting: Streamlining what is taught to students by first assessing their prior knowledge and then modifying or eliminating work that has been partially or fully mastered.
Tips for Teachers: Successful strategies for teaching gifted learners This article by the Davidson Institute for Talent Development offers a list of tips for teachers.
It focuses on suggestions any teacher can use in the classroom to aid their gifted students and promote their achievement in positive ways. Blog. 21 May How to take care of your mental health while working from home; 20 May How Prezi does project status updates with a distributed workplace.
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