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District Leadership

A Guide for Using TEMPO+ for a 6-Hour G/T Update

Needing ideas and assistance in facilitating the 6-hour G/T update? Want resources your educators can access independently and on their …

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Equity

Investigating Neurodiversity: A Thematic Conceptual Instructional Unit for 2e Learners

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.

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Instruction

Differentiation Squared: Strategies for Struggling Gifted Students

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.

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Depth and Complexity

Measuring Magnificence with Depth and Complexity

Experience measurement through the eyes of a child as you discover innovative ideas to bring measurement to life in the classroom with the Icons of Depth and Complexity.

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Depth and Complexity

Quality Conversations with The Depth & Complexity Framework

Incorporate the Depth and Complexity Framework’s other Icons – the Content Imperatives, to foster quality conversations through in-depth research and “big idea” formulation.

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Instruction

Ability Grouping Options to Meet the Needs of Gifted Learners

In recent years, the pressure on teachers for their students to perform on state-mandated tests has caused the focus in education to shift to those students who are achieving at or just below academic standards. At the same time, there has been a growing trend of school boards considering the elimination of programs and services for the gifted students in their districts, opting instead to spread these students across heterogeneous general education classrooms. Ability grouping strategies provide schools with opportunities to meet these demands while ensuring that the needs of gifted students are met.