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Instruction/Differentiation

Scaffolding of Instruction Is Necessary for Gifted Students, Too!

Students who are grappling with content that is advanced beyond their current readiness level need a support structure in place in order to attain higher levels of achievement.

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Instruction/Differentiation

An Interview With John Hunter

To John Hunter, unleashing potential is all about relationships: about truly knowing individual students and tying learning to their interests.

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What Is Schoolwide Enrichment All About?

Applying some of the pedagogy of gifted education to classrooms can lead to total school improvement as well as increased achievement for all students.

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Instruction/Differentiation

Tips for Teachers: Curriculum for The Gifted and Talented Student: Theme, Generalization, Topic, and Paradigm

One of the first steps in writing curriculum for the gifted is to begin by making sure that the learning theory that undergirds curriculum is thoroughly understood.

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Tips for Teachers: Literature to Guide Gifted Students

One of the easiest ways to influence the social and emotional development of gifted students in your classroom is to build a classroom library of books with diverse characters that relate to the issues students are facing in their own lives. The list below includes many books recommended by Hébert for guiding gifted students, as well several newer titles that will appeal to your students, along with a list of topics each book addresses.

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Equity

Building Academic Literacy of Gifted Children from Poverty Using Mindsketching: Research to Classroom Practice

Despite persistent efforts, schools are greatly concerned with issues of poverty, due to the negative impact of poverty on academic achievement.