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Effective curriculum for underserved gifted students

Tamra Stambaugh

Effective curriculum for underserved gifted students

a CEC-TAG educational resource

by Tamra Stambaugh

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Published by Prufrock Press Inc. in Waco, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gifted children,
  • Children of minorities,
  • Education,
  • Children with social disabilities,
  • Curriculum planning

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 67-76).

    StatementTamra Stambaugh and Kimberley L. Chandler ; series editors, Cheryll M. Adams...[et. al.].
    ContributionsChandler, Kimberley L., 1961-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC3993.9 .S725 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 92 p. :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25170323M
    ISBN 109781593638429
    LC Control Number2011030727

    Book > Professional Books > Teaching Strategies for Diverse Students We at Corwin remain steadfast in our pledge as your partner in professional learning. Here are a number of free resources to assist you: School Leaders’ Toolkit for Responding to COVID and Resources for Teaching Online. Author of Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings, Jacob's Ladder Reading Comprehension Program, and Effective Curriculum For Underserved Gifted Students/5.

    Intended for young gifted students, this book offers short information pieces, exercises, and suggestions for adjusting to life following identification as a gifted/talented (GT) student. Examples of contents include: "8 Great Gripes of Gifted Kids," and "The Perfection Infection (and Cure)." Galbraith, J. ().   A key takeaway from this book is the need to identify and serve this fragile population of students for whom school can often be a barrier to success. It is crucial for general educators and administrators to understand how to best serve the needs of gifted students from special populations so that all students are given the opportunity to succeed.

      Effective curriculum for underserved gifted students: a CEC-TAG educational resource / Tamra Stambaugh and Kimberley L. Chandler. Giblin Eunson STAM. Project-based learning for gifted students: a handbook for the 21st-century classroom / by Todd Stanley. UniM Giblin Eunson STAN.   The field of gifted education is characterized by a confusing array of perspectives concerning such fundamental issues as definition, philosophy, curriculum, social and emotional development, and underserved populations. The mission of this book is to provide a coherent framework that instructors and service providers can use in planning effective programs, .


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Effective Curriculum for Underserved Students addresses concerns that teachers face while identifying and serving this largely invisible demographic. Starting with a discussion of terminology and a literature review, the book proceeds to a discussion of methods that have been used to enhance instruction, impediments that may be encountered, and 4/5(2).

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Effective Curriculum for Underserved Gifted Students explains the need for a differentiated curriculum for gifted students typically underrepresented in gifted programs, including children of poverty and those who are from culturally and linguistically diverse populations/5.

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Tamra Stambaugh Ph.D. and Kimberley L. Chandler Ph.D. recently published a book with Prufrock Press titled Practical Solutions for Underserved Gifted Students: Effective Curriculum for Underserved Populations.

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The share of poor, gifted students actually being served by gifted-education programs is even lower than that. And while 18% of white students and 28% of Asian students in the Buckeye State are deemed gifted, only 5% of black students and 6% of Hispanic students are identified as such.

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The authors of this book, Miraca Gross, Bronwyn MacLeod and Marilyn Pretorius, offer direct and practical assistance in differentiating the secondary school syllabus to extend and challenge students talented in specific areas, developing your own curriculum units for gifted students, understanding the characteristics and needs of gifted and.

Culturally diverse and underserved populations of gifted students. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. This book, part of the Essential Readings in Gifted Education series, contains twelve seminal articles from Gifted Child Quarterly. Each article addresses critical issues related to culturally and linguistically diverse gifted.

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The book highlights eight successful programs that have been designed to use with low-income, high-ability.