Twenty-first century students have access to more information than any generation in history. The implications for education, particularly for gifted students, are far-reaching. Richard M. Cash, Ph.D., shares his experience working with gifted students and connects that knowledge to the need for innovation in 21st century education.
In this 6-hour course, you will learn:
- How neo-millennials learn in the 21st century and how to adapt your classroom
- The purpose of proximity learning
- To identify the four types of learners and doers
- Why curriculum and instruction must be differentiated to meet the academic and social/emotional needs of advanced learners
- How to advance content, process, and product
- Curricular and instructional practices for gifted students
This course is aligned with 2016 ODE Teacher Competencies a, b, c, f, g and NAGC Teacher Preparation Standards 3.1, 5.1, 5.2.