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Literacy Strategies for Gifted Readers

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Overview

Do you ever find it challenging to keep your advanced and gifted readers engaged and excited about reading materials, assignments, and goals? Join Dr. Vicki Caruana as she discusses the unique characteristics and needs of advanced and gifted readers and explains how teachers can engage accelerated readers at their levels with helpful strategies and ideas. She will explore several myths and truths about gifted readers, as well as ways to meet accelerated reading program goals. Vicki will also offers way in which you can differentiate learning for the advanced and gifted readers for whom you still need to show growth.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Language Arts
Last aired on: Thursday, September 8, 2016 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Learning Theories & Strategies, Reading & Writing, Special Education
Tags: accelerated readers, advanced readers, gifted, reading, reading strategies

Reviews (46)

 
I appreciated the strategies discussed!
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Glad to hear strategies for gifted learners.
 
Great information!
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I definitely still see many gifted students still falling into that “reading zone” in various classrooms; I love that this was addressed.
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Thank you for the insights! This is something I want to improve on in my classroom!
 
Thank you for your resources and your honesty! This does seem daunting, but absolutely the way to teach gifted students. I do appreciate the work you have put into this.
 
Nice work
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I gained some good information on what gifted readers need and how to go about implementing strategies to meet their needs.
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The sound was intermittent. I learned a few ideas on differentiation.
 
It gave you different things to think about and ways to differentiate with the gifted readers. The sound would go in and out at times.
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