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Instruction/Differentiation

Connect Chat: Virtual/Hybrid Secondary G/T Services

TAGT hosted this Connect Chat on how secondary G/T services have adjusted to meet the needs of virtual and hybrid learners and virtual/hybrid programming, including discussions on how you’ve innovated your virtual/hybrid offerings for secondary G/T students, how to manage advanced classes online and in-person, how you’ve added what you’ve learned from virtual settings to your in-person services, and how to adapt college prep and college and career readiness to new settings.

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Instruction/Differentiation

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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Instruction/Differentiation

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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Instruction/Differentiation

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.

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Instruction/Differentiation

Connect Chat: Ideas and Tips for Serving G/T Students in 2020

G/T educators joined together in this Connect Chat for a brainstorm session to share ideas and strategies for successful G/T services during this unique school year. Attendees shared questions, ideas, challenges, and what they’ve learned so far.

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Social/Emotional

Meeting the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted English Learners

Using Maslow’s hierarchy of needs as a framework, participants will explore how to address the social and emotional needs of gifted English Learners. Topics include how to lower the affective filter, offer a culturally responsive classroom, provide language support, and address funds of knowledge, as well as other ideas.