This month’s Education Update feature, “Six Strategies for Challenging Gifted Learners,” reminds us that high-ability students have unique needs, too. This will help me to reach my most able students in my very diverse classroom this year.
Hinkity Pinkities have long been staples in gifted education with good reason. These riddles with rhyming answers help students learn to interpret data, make inferences, draw conclusions, and analyze new information. Better yet, they are tons of fun!
WORKING WITH GIFTED AND TALENTED DOs and DON'Ts of how to keep the gifted students in your classroom engaged and learning. The author provides first hand advice with cool twists on everyday assignments.
Back to School Activity for Middle School: Gifted and Talented - Class Logo Design Unit Students work together to research, design, and create a class logo. Designed for gifted and talented program, (Tech Week Gifts)
Gifted and Talented Unit - Sneaker Design and Marketing
Heather Falke-- I pinned this because sometimes when we think of having to differentiate the instructions, we think of lower academic leveled students. Gifted students also need differentiate instruction too and this pin explains how.