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Resources for Academically Advanced Student Education - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find a series of lessons covering the resources available for academically advanced student education. Some of the topics presented include the components of gifted education programs, how gifted programs are evaluated and the impact of giftedness on students, society and families. This chapter can assist you in achieving the following:
- Outline research and evidence-supported gifted education programs
- Discuss classroom service options for gifted students
- Promote supplementary opportunities for gifted students
- Identify organizations for gifted education teachers
- Outline professional publications for gifted student educators
Work at your own pace as you complete this chapter, and feel free to go back as many times as needed. Along with each lesson, there's a short self-assessment quiz designed to help you see if you've understood what you've learned. To ensure flexibility for your study sessions, we've made all of our learning resources mobile friendly and accessible 24 hours a day.
1. Elements of a Comprehensive Gifted Education Program
In this lesson, you'll learn about the elements of a comprehensive gifted education program. Additionally, you'll read about strategies for the collaboration needed when a district develops a gifted education program.
2. Research & Evidence Supported Gifted Education Programs
In this lesson, you will learn about the importance of policies and procedures for a research-based gifted education program. An overview of five program options, including acceleration, cluster groups, and enrichment, is also included.
3. Evaluating Gifted Education Programs
In this lesson, you will learn how gifted programs should be evaluated. What indicators should be examined? What data and evidence can be used effectively for evaluation?
4. Classroom Service Options for Gifted Students
In this lesson, you will learn about various delivery models for the education of gifted students, including the benefits and drawbacks of each model.
5. Promoting Supplementary Opportunities for Gifted Students
In this lesson, you will learn about supplementary opportunities for gifted students and your role as a gifted educator in supporting those opportunities.
6. Impact of Giftedness on Individuals, Families & Society
In this lesson, you will learn about the impact of giftedness on individuals, families and society, including an overview of strategies to help families support their gifted learner.
7. Organizations for Gifted Education Teachers
Gifted students have unique needs that educators must consider. This lesson will explore the organizations designed to support gifted education teachers in doing so. We will end with a short quiz.
8. Professional Publications for Educators of Gifted Students
Do you have gifted students in your classroom? If you're searching for publications to aid in your teaching, use the information in this lesson to evaluate some popular publications on teaching gifted students.
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