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For the first time, the "Gifted Child Today Reader" series brings together the best articles published in "Gifted Child Today", the nation's most popular gifted education journal. Each book in this series is filled with exciting and practical classroom ideas, useful summaries of research findings, discussions of identification and classroom management, and informed opinions about educating gifted kids. Anyone involved in education will benefit from the practical, research-based ideas this unique series has to offer. "Teaching Strategies in Gifted Education" offers practical advice about teaching gifted kids. This book offers specific teaching strategies such as divergent-thinking instruction and independent study. The book also covers differentiated curriculum, classroom management, dealing with underachievement, and professional development and total school improvement. In implementing a differentiated curriculum, the authors recommend a variety of grouping arrangements and school or classroom management strategies. Strategies including counseling, the Trifocal Model, an integrated systems approach, behavioral contracts, and motivating activities are suggested for gifted students. Implementation of a quality differentiated curriculum depends on quality teachers.
|Series:||Gifted Child Today Reader Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)|
About the Author
She is editor of Gifted Child Today and serves on the editorial boards of Gifted Child Quarterly and Journal for Advanced Academics. She is the author of Identifying Gifted Students: A Practical Guide. She also coauthored the Independent Study Program and three tests that are used in identifying gifted students: Test of Mathematical Abilities for Gifted Students (TOMAGS), Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (TONI-3), and Screening Assessment for Gifted Students (SAGES-2).
James Kendrick, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Baylor University. He holds a doctorate in Communication and Culture from Indiana University, Bloomington. For 7 years, he was the Scholarly Division Editor at Prufrock Press Inc., where he oversaw the publication of several research journals and numerous books in the field of gifted education.