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Julia L. Roberts

Preassessment and Reflection: Essential Components for Defensible Differentiation

Preassessment and reflection are essential components of defensible differentiation. After planning, preassessment data provide information to reveal students’ readiness and interests in the content while reflection highlights what has been learned and sparks questions for further learning. Preassessment and reflection are keys to making differentiation defensible!

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Brie Smith

Bilingual Resources for At-Home Learning

Finding bilingual resources for high-ability learners continues to be a challenge. This resource list is intended to provide a variety of options in curricular and high-interest areas. It includes sites with language support, materials in Spanish, or both.

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Cecelia Boswell

Virtual Services: Considerations for Gifted Learners

This column will explore the many ways educators of gifted students are transitioning their teaching to virtual and hybrid settings.

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Michael Matera

Connect, Collaborate, Create

We know your passion for gifted education isn’t just a once-a-year commitment, and in 2020, we especially know the importance of keeping your bucket filled and your passion strong. Join your fellow giftED20 attendees for these awesome Sneak Peek sessions with some of your favorite presenters!

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Joyce VanTassel-Baska

The Critical Issue of Curriculum Differentiation for Gifted Learners

It is timely to consider another critical issue that has impacted the health of our educational institutions. It is the issue of the lack of provision of differentiated curriculum for our top learners.

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Julia L. Roberts

Product Assessment: Using the DAP Tool Rather Than Multiple Rubrics

Focusing on product assessment, this article highlights the DAP Tool (i.e., the Developing and Assessing Product Tool) as a protocol for assessing products.