If there is one thing educators can agree on, it’s that all students learn at different paces. Some students require extra attention in order to maintain grade-level standards, while others have read the novel you handed out yesterday all in one night.
While there is a vast amount of information and even professions (and rightfully so) dedicated to students with learning disabilities, what about those on the other end of the spectrum? Are there ways to differentiate our teaching to help these learners? If so, how?
In our latest podcast, Zak and I discuss some methods we have had success with when dealing with gifted learners. So sit back, relax, and pour yourself a cold one while joining us on a topic that all educators should give thought to.
For additional information on gifted learners, we recommend the following website: Using Differentiated Instruction for Gifted Learners.
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