How can G/T teachers and specialists share strategies with other teachers? This article outlines models and tools for easy reference. This quick “one-pager” can be used as part of any G/T teacher’s toolkit.
This video shares an online Connect Chat on serving G/T and advanced learners in small districts, including discussions of solutions and challenges to meeting students’ needs and how you take care of yourself while wearing multiple hats.
This article will discuss results from a mixed methods study that explored the experiences of more than 300 elementary teachers of the gifted during the first year of the pandemic (Guilbault & McCormick, 2022).
As initiatives begin to remedy the underrepresentation of ELLs, gifted programming must improve support for these students despite cultural and linguistic differences. This session describes ways to respond to linguistic diversity in gifted education and practical ways to implement curricular and instructional strategies that mitigate knowledge gaps and language barriers.
In this session, participants learn about an instructional unit in which 2e learners will investigate the concept of neurodiversity via the use of a thematic, interdisciplinary instructional approach.
Gifted students that struggle to perform to academic expectations are often misunderstood for being lazy, or not trying hard enough. A dual differentiation definition through a cognitive diversity lens will be presented. Implementation strategies will be illustrated through case study examples.