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Gifted Education

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Workshop Model in Gifted Education

The workshop model is a great way to differentiate your instruction for all learners in your classroom. This post focuses on workshop for gifted students.

Master the Depth and Complexity Framework - Gifted Guru

Most people have something they say they’d run back into a burning house for. For some, it’s photos or mementos. For others, it’s something of great monetary value.

Every gifted child is unique, with individual interests. Here are 100 online resources for gifted kids sure to ignite their dreams and fuel their passions.

Every gifted child is unique, with individual interests. Here are 100 online resources for gifted kids sure to ignite their dreams and fuel their passions.

The Dos and Don'ts Of Gifted Education

New to gifted education? Read about the dos and don'ts of gifted education and how to best serve gifted learners.

Runde's Room: Passion Projects in the Classroom - Students come up with something they are passionate about and then they get to research it. Can be done during Language Arts each Friday.

Last week I was scouring the internet for some more inquiry ideas for my classroom when I came across Genius Hour. One word ... hooked. And inspired. And motivated. (I was never good at limiting my words). ;) Sufficed to say, I KNEW it was going to happen in my classroom. In a nutshell, Genius Hour is something that happens in your classroom for one hour a week. During this time, students research and complete an inquiry project based on their passions - really digging deep into what…

How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning

Anyone who knows me, reads this blog, or uses my resources knows that I am passionate about differentiation. I think that is because I grew ...

Supporting Gifted Learners Fact Sheet | Ms Mills Teaches

About a year ago, I presented a workshop to my fellow teacher candidates on supporting gifted learners. I brought a bit of a unique perspective - I was a gifted learner, moved to a congregated class at the beginning of grade three. The congregated program had a massive impact on me. I went from crying about having to go to school to embracing the new challenges presented to me as my needs were properly accommodated. Here's what I've learned about supporting gifted students.

100 Things to Never Say to the Parent of a Gifted Kid - Raising Lifelong Learners

Look, we get it. Gifted kids are statistically fairly rare. It's not every day you meet a child who has memorized the periodic table or who can hold their own in a political discussion on the playground. A child with a high IQ can be a bit jarring to encounter, we know. We're fairly used

Critical Thinking with Gifted Language Arts - Autobiographies and Memoirs

Have you ever wondered if a gifted language arts curriculum could be a good fit for your homeschool even though your kids aren't necessarily gifted?

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