SELF DIRECTED GIFTED: Methods and Materials for Teaching Gifted (3rd in the series)

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  • Thu, Sep 15, 2022 - Fri, Jun 30, 2023

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Course No.

#3582

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Classroom Hours

50

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Start Date

Thu, Sep 15, 2022

End Date

Fri, Jun 30, 2023
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Mon, Apr 03, 2023

Withdrawal Deadline

Mon, Apr 03, 2023

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Self-Directed courses are designed for those who did not make it in time to join a cohort or a person that comes from a different program that only needs a class or two to complete, all modules are open on Day 1.  A Participant has twelve weeks to complete each class and can complete before the twelve weeks expire.  Instructors work independently with the candidates.

3rd course in the series

Course description: 

This course focuses on methods for differentiating instruction for gifted learners. We'll examine the characteristics of gifted teachers and their classrooms, look at methods for acceleration and enrichment, explore issues related to grouping, and look at specific strategies for developing creativity and thinking skills. Finally, we'll examine the problem of underachievement and motivation.

Course Goals

Participants in this course will increase knowledge and develop skills to:

  • Match needs of gifted learners with methods and materials;
  • Use acceleration and enrichment strategies;
  • Develop and defend grouping plans;
  • Develop creativity and thinking skills; and

Address the special needs of underachieving or unmotivated learners.

 





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START DATE

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09-15-2022

12:00PM

12:00PM

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06-30-2023

12:00PM

12:00PM

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Delivery Methods Online (100% Virtual)
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