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Differentiation for Gifted Learners in the Classroom (5 Hours)

Differentiation for Gifted Learners in the Classroom (5 Hours)

This course examines some of the challenges facing gifted learners and offers easily implemented accommodations and success strategies. By understanding the unique learning needs of children who are considered “gifted,” participants will indirectly meet the individual needs of all learners.

Through this online PD course, educators and parents can make greater sense of gifted and talented education by learning about identification, instruction, and assessment. Teachers will also explore related topics, issues, and resources geared towards our gifted population.

Online self-study PD courses help teachers complete continuing education requirements.

  • Start ANY Time
  • All ONLINE 24x7
  • No Textbook Needed
  • Includes ALL Content
  • Complete ANY Time over 5 years
  • Receive a Certificate of Completion

  • I loved the examples of the Morning Minute! Looking forward to trying those in my class!
    Debra C.
  • I thought the information on Gifted Education was wonderful. It is always hard to find ways to challenge gifted students in the classroom.
    Nancy H.
  • This was a very informative course, lots of useful classroom tips...Thank you!
    Janice P.
  • I thought this class gave a thoughtful look at gifted learning with good information and resources. The length was just right. It gave me enough time to look into things further, but still enough content to gain a lot of my learning there.
    Ingrid A.
  • Interesting topics and a good review of Bloom's taxonomy as a way to challenge gifted learners. I especially enjoyed the practical strategies, and learning more about the sensibilities and needs of gifted learners.
    Aldea L.
  • This was well worth the time. Practical and informative content meant that it could be put into use immediately. Hoping at some point to find a "deeper dive" into twice-exceptional learners (especially Asperger's pairings). So glad I took this course.
    Gail M.
  • Differentiation for Gifted Learners is a great course. Thorough and full of resources to continue learning and stay current. Thanks for the course!
    David R.
  • Great course!
    Axel O.
  • I liked this course as a teacher and as a parent of a gifted child. There were strategies I could use right away to honor different students and their strengths.
    Christina S.
  • This was an excellent course. I especially enjoyed the information concerning ""twice-exceptional"" gifted students. Thank you!
    Jill F.
  • Good info and resources! Thanks.
    Tiffany N.
  • I think that the assessment portions sometimes try too hard to be ""Fun"" which is great in theory, but it takes a lot of time to fill out crosswords or do mazes, when I can simply answer the question and move on. I prefer straightforward quizzes, rather than puzzles etc.
  • I feel like it would be beneficial for every teacher to have more training in identifying these special populations and in addressing their special needs. I now feel that by taking courses like this one, we as educators could be more effective in meeting the needs of special populations.
    Carrie P.
  • This course has helped me to realize that differentiated instruction is a must in my classroom.
    James F.
  • I enjoyed this course and learned many new and practical strategies to bring into my classroom for September. The pocket guide is especially useful and practical! Thanks for all the information and the positive feedback. This is a great way to learn!
    Lisa R.
  • This course was a great resource for me. I would like to develop an Enrichment Extra Help for my Gifted students. This course gave me insight in how I should design this service. Thank you for a very useful course!
    Richard Z.
  • The "unlimited retake" arrangement enables the evaluation process to become an extension of the learning process. I had to take the quiz a couple times in order to score 100%. However, I was more willing to take the quiz and risk incorrect answers knowing I could review & revisit my selections. I think this was a great format and I'll use it with my students as well. The advantage of using online score keeping is that the students can keep track of their progress and submit their achieved 100% scores. How liberating for both students and teachers alike! Time spent on grading tests can be devoted to curriculum differentiation development! Thanks for a great course - I really appreciate all of the resources and knowledge I can use right away preparing for my new students this fall!
    Beth H.
  • This course has awakened me to the difference between a gifted learner and a high achieving student. My insight to the gifted student has been enhanced with the help of this course. I hope to bring my new-found knowledge to the classroom.
    Regina S.
  • This course has strengthened the belief that gifted learners do need a different type of instruction than regular students and special ed students.
    Christine W.
  • The course strengthened by belief in the fact that teachers must pay more attention to gifted learners.
    Kathleen M.
  • This course has really helped me identify the difference between a gifted learner and a high achiever. I previously thought they were the same but I realize now there is a difference between them.
    Neeru P.
  • This course was a great resource for me. Thank you for a very useful course!
    Richard Z.
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