Using Cluster Grouping with Gifted Students

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Which of the following is NOT an example of how a cluster group of gifted students might be structured within a mainstream inclusive classroom?

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1. Specialized training for teaching gifted students might include all of the following information EXCEPT?

2. Which of the following would NOT be a reason schools would want to use cluster groups to educate the gifted students in their school?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet provides a chance for you to review what you know about cluster grouping with gifted students and why schools choose to do this. You'll also review common characteristics of cluster grouping.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of this quiz is to review what you know about:

  • Examples of cluster grouping gifted students
  • Specialized training for teachers of gifted students
  • Benefits of cluster grouping
  • Characteristics of cluster grouping gifted students

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you can remember why a school would use cluster grouping to educate gifted students
  • Making connections - review your understanding of cluster grouping gifted students and how it benefits them
  • Knowledge application - check what you know about common traits of cluster grouping to answer questions about characteristics and examples

Additional Learning

If you would like to review this topic more comprehensively, check out the provided lesson, Using Cluster Grouping with Gifted Students. This lesson covers:

  • How cluster grouping compares to standard distribution of students
  • How clustering and tracking are different
  • Special training for teachers of gifted students
  • How cluster grouping helps teachers and students
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