Being a gifted education teacher has always posed special challenges. In their first book together, two veteran educators of the gifted give teachers the information, advice, and encouragement they need. They explain how to set the foundation for a gifted program; how to evaluate, identify, and select students; how to plan and implement a range of programming options (including differentiated instruction in the regular classroom, ability grouping, pull-out classes, special classes for gifted students, weighted grades, and others); and how to conduct ongoing program evaluation.You might use or adapt the surveys for teachers, parents, students, and administrators on pages 99a113, and then delineate the results on a graph. ... Out-of-level achievement tests (for example, having fourth graders complete standardized tests generally intended for sixth ... This may not appear to be related directly to evaluation, but the emails and letters you receive from parents in response to theseanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Survival Guide for Teachers of Gifted Kids|
|Author||:||Jim Delisle, Barbara A. Lewis|
|Publisher||:||Free Spirit Publishing - 2003-02-15|