Tag: K12

10
Sep

Differentiation for Underserved Gifted and Talented Children in Early Childhood

Differentiation is the classroom is an open opportunity for those children who have not had open opportunities to perform. If you use differentiation as a relative tool to serve undeserved students, first of all it has to be multi-faceted and has to include content and product. This means that you need to have important and meaningful information and concepts that

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22
Aug

Recognizing and Serving Underserved Gifted and Talented Children in Early Childhood

If we want to find smart children, the only way to do that equitably is to measure how smart they are without using words – not with a verbal or quantitative test. These verbal ability test are basically achievement tests that do not gauge the gifted ability of a student accurately. At times the children don’t come from a very

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10
Aug

Gifted Education Provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is a 2015 legislation that revises and reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), a federal K-12 education law. The law was also referred to as ‘No Child Left Behind’ to eliminate achievement gaps between white students who are more affluent and those who are from disadvantaged backgrounds such as minorities

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10
Nov

Scientifically Speaking: Best Practices For Science Education with High Ability Children

Are you a teacher? And do you share that science education for high ability children is a completely different facet of education? Yes, it’s more than just doing experiments and learning facts. The best approach would be to blend the various aspects of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) while solving problems in the real world. The key solutions lie

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