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Cultivate Creativity and Critical Thinking of Gifted Students with Problem-Based Learning

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Are you looking for ways to stretch the thinking of your gifted students? Would you like to cultivate their creativity and reinforce their critical thinking skills? Problem-Based Learning (PBL) is a strategy that plays to the strengths of these students while still providing the challenges needed for learning to happen. Join Melissa Edwards as she takes a look at the critical and creative thinking skills that can be addressed using PBL. She will also share some PBL resources and examples of projects that you can use in your classroom. Although the examples shared work well with gifted students, they can be adapted and used with other students and classes as well.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Special Education , Tools for Student Projects
Tags: creativity, critical thinking skills, Gifted Students, problem based learning, Special Ed

Reviews (26)

Basic Member
Good webinar. Thank you for sharing.
Full Member
Thank you for this!
Full Member
Great resources, thank you for sharing!
Basic Member
Great webinar.
Full Member
Nice job
Full Member
Good information on critical thinking for the gifted students, thanks.
Full Member
Good ideas on PBL and critical thinking, thanks.
Full Member
Great webinar. Excellent review.
Basic Member
Much appreciation for the varied learning tips you have shared in this presentation.
Basic Member
Creative thinking is not just for the arts. Great examples of project-based learning.
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