Gifted programs and methods are often tailored for elementary school students. However, gifted students in high school also have unique academic needs that must be addressed. In “Defensible Instructional Practices for Secondary Gifted Students,” Richard M. Cash, Ph.D. explains how to use complex ideas and concepts for more effective teaching strategies in secondary gifted programs.
In this 3-hour course, you will learn:
- Critical thought process
- Development of advanced level thinking
- Avenues for differentiating for advanced students
- Curricular and instructional practices
- How to define depth and complexity