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"The ABCs of Challenging Gifted and Talented Kids" on Virtual Learning Connections

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12 Lessons About Gifted Kids from Matilda - We had CDs of many of our favourite books, including this one, and played them on long car journeys when the boys were little.

The lovable title character in Roald Dahl’s Matilda is a precocious young girl who can teach the world a lot about gifted kids. Here are 12 lessons from the novel: Signs of giftedness can often be seen early in a child’s life. Matilda is.

Miss Giraffe's Class: How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning

WORKING WITH GIFTED AND TALENTED DOs and DON'Ts of how to keep the gifted students in your classroom engaged and learning. The author provides first hand advice with cool twists on everyday assignments.

Ideas on how to differentiate instruction for the advanced students in your class

Pg 85 talks about establishing reading groups to help students work together in their reading and learning. This pin brings up differentiating in many ways and one of the ones it talks about is by using peers to study.

How To Differentiate For Your High Achievers - Ideas for easily differentiating instruction for stronger students.

We all have students who struggle to access grade-level concepts, but how many of you put the same attention into differentiating for your stronger students? Here are some suggestions for how you can differentiate activities for your high achievers.

How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning - amazing blog post written from the perspective of a gifted kid!! Must read!

How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning. a lot of helpful tips for challenging higher students and helping them be a part of the classroom community

Bright student vs. gifted learner?... Very good info Perfect - this explains better what I've known and tried to share with parents and teachers. Gifted, bright, smart, talented are different things. You can have a talented failure or a gifted student who makes Cs or a bright child who's a little loosey-goosey but works hard and gets the As that the smart kid won't earn.

Gifted, bright, smart, talented are different things. You can have a talented failure or a gifted student who makes Cs or a bright child who's a little loosey-goosey but works hard and gets the As that the smart kid won't earn.

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How can you reduce the burden of lesson planning, whilst focus on what is important in the lesson? Try The 5 Minute Lesson Plan.

1. The 5 Minute Lesson Plan Differentiation / Groupings : Plan – at a glance – what activities you will provide for gifted and talented students; students with SEN/D and EAL. What sort of groupings are needed, what are they doing and when? Do you have this mapped to a seating plan with current levels of progress?

How can you reduce the burden of lesson planning, whilst focus on what is important in the lesson? Try The 5 Minute Lesson Plan.