In this course, Karen Zeske, Ph.D. highlights the difficulty in identifying and addressing the needs of gifted students, especially those in low-income populations. Dr. Zeske outlines successful program models and educational practices, with a focus on how to implement these strategies for maximum impact. Characteristics of successful programs and expected student outcomes are also tied to specific strategies in the classroom.
- Recognize and implement successful program models
- Define executive skills
- Teach self-confidence, motivation, organization skills, and system awareness strategies
Visit the TAGT website to learn more about the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented.