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Gifted Learners and Differentiated Instruction


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by Karen Megay-Nespoli

60 min


Gifted Learners and Differentiated Instruction

U.S. National

60 min


Some learners know that they are gifted.

But identifying a gifted student is not always easy. Not all gifted learners are alike, though many share some characteristics. Some say an IQ score determines whether a child is gifted. Others say all children are gifted. The list of possible qualities could go on endlessly. So, what are the characteristics of gifted students and how can we best help them reach their full potential? The goal of this course is to provide educators with an overview of differentiated instruction and strategies to meet the needs of gifted learners. We’ll accomplish this by exploring the identification of gifted learners, assessment and planning, and strategies for differentiated instruction.





Course Author


Karen Megay-Nespoli

Director, Graduate Program in Literacy and Cognition

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