Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Recognizing Individual Differences

Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Recognizing Individual Differences

Course Number: EDUC X428.1

3 units

Exploration of the intellectual and social-emotional development of gifted students. Through case studies and within the historical context of changing views of intelligence and giftedness, this course considers the impact of learning differences, culture and language, social economics, and other exceptionalities in the development and recognition of giftedness. Particular attention is given to underachievement in gifted students, giftedness in early childhood and adolescence, gifted girls, and the relationship between creativity and giftedness.

Available Sections

Starting Oct 1


Starting Oct 1

Course Fees

$445 Early Bird Discount ends on Sep 25
$495 after Sep 25


Lorra Wells [ bio ]

close [x] Lorra Wells, M.A., Teacher/GATE Coordinator, Snowline Joint Unified School District


Oct 1 - Nov 4, 2018


Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

Special Refund Policy “A” applies.


No Textbook Required.


Available Sections


Section No.: 182EDA001

Dates: Oct 1 - Nov 4, 2018

Instructor: Lorra Wells

Textbook: No Textbook Required

Location: Online Course

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