A summary on how to identify Gifted students, and what it means to be Gifted in today's classroom. Identifying is the beginning step in being able to meet the learning needs of gifted students in the mixed-abilities classroom.
A discussion on several strategies that can be used to educate and meet the needs of Advanced Learners in the mixed-abilities classroom. This includes compacting, most difficult first, and extension activities as featured in "The Orange Book"
This video demonstrates helpful tips for parents on how to interact with your gifted children’s teachers in ways that are likely to help them offer appropriate differentiated learning experiences for these students. The methods are thoroughly explained in Susan's book, Teaching Gifted Kids in Today's Classroom. This video also explains how cluster grouping can create conditions in which your gifted children can actually experience the learning conditions they need during the regular school day.
A summary on how to identify students who are struggling with learning difficulties, and what it means to be labeled "LD" in today's classroom. Identifying is the beginning step in being able to meet the learning needs of all students in the mixed-abilities classroom.