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Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Guidance and Goals of the Program

Course Number: EDUC X428.09

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3 units

This survey course focuses on the major components and issues of gifted and talented education. Current research provides insights into the unique needs of gifted and talented students. Topics to be addressed are: current state legislation, identification of specific characteristics of gifted students, teacher selection, four components of differentiated instruction, program standards and competencies, program assessment/evaluation, and parent involvement.

Available Sections

Starting Jun 4

174EDA001

Starting Jun 4
174EDA001

Course Fees

$445 Early Bird Discount ends on May 29
$495 after May 29

Instructor

Christine Ramirez [ bio ]

close [x] Christine Ramirez, Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Principal, Hemet Unified School District, specializes in connecting the California Common Core Standards with relative GATE strategies to differentiate the learning of gifted learners, and better meet their unique and challenging needs. 

Schedule:

Begins:
Jun 4 - Jul 8, 2018

Online Enrollment not available for this course. Please see section notes for instructions on how to enroll.

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

Special Refund Policy "A" applies.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"Growing Gifted: Developing the Potential of Children at School and at Home"
Barbara Clark
ISBN: 10: 0132620669

Prerequisites

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