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Free Resources to Differentiate Instruction and Meet the Needs of Gifted Learners

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Overview

Gifted learners have special learning needs in their particular area(s) of giftedness. When these needs are not met, gifted learners do not reach their potential and can become underachievers and/or behavior problems. In this session, join Shirley Farrell as she discusses the special learning needs and characteristics of gifted learners and shares a wealth of free tools and classroom strategies to help you differentiate curriculum and instruction to help these students soar!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Special Education
Last aired on: Thursday, February 27, 2014 @ 3:30 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Differentiation & Personalization, Special Education , Web Tool Overviews
Tags: classroom strategies, differentiation, free web tools, gifted students, special needs

Reviews (42)

 
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Great webinar!
 
Great information, thank you!
 
Good information on gifted learners and the unique challenges they face.
Full Member
 
This was a great webinar. I love that misconceptions were addressed. I also feel like it mentioned a lot of great resources that can easily be utilized.
 
Nice work
Basic Member
 
I thought Shirley did great job hitting on so many areas affecting our gifted learners. I'm a social worker so I'm always concerned about gifted student's mental health and socialization.
 
I really appreciated Shirley giving us so many resources for gifted students. I especially liked Insta Grok because you can change the level of difficulty with a slide bar1 I will be able to use it for all my students and adjust it as needed!
Basic Member
 
I appreciate her trying to make the education field better for our Gifted students!
Full Member
 
Can't wait to use some of her ideas to keep gifted students engages and learning!
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