Use these ideas to engage the high-level thinkers in your classroom.

50 Tips, Tricks and Ideas for Teaching Gifted Students

Sixth graders are new to middle school, and they exude an exuberant, bubbly confidence. They’re a pleasure (if sometimes a challenge) to teach, and these 50 tips and ideas from the WeAreTeachers Helpline and around the Web are great to […

This month’s Education Update feature, “Six Strategies for Challenging Gifted Learners,” reminds us that high-ability students have unique needs, too.

This month’s Education Update feature, “Six Strategies for Challenging Gifted Learners,” reminds us that high-ability students have unique needs, too. This will help me to reach my most able students in my very diverse classroom this year.

How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning - amazing blog post written from the perspective of a gifted kid!! Must read!

How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning - written from the perspective of a former gifted kid. Man, can I relate!

Differentiating with Projects for your Gifted Students

Differentiating with Projects for your Gifted Students (iTeach Third)

This is my first year teaching GATE kiddoes, and it has definitely been a learning process. Just because these kids can do most grade-specific tasks wonderfully, should they be praised just on their i

"The ABCs of Challenging Gifted and Talented Kids" on Virtual Learning Connections

The ABCs of Challenging Gifted and Talented Kids

Check out the post to learn three proven ways to differentiate instruction for the gifted learner!

3 Proven Ways to Differentiate Instruction for the Gifted Learner in a Data-Driven Society

Your students have awoken on an deserted island. How are they going to survive? Food, shelter, water, who knows?  This project based learning activity asks students to problem solve and world-build, unlike anything they've done before.  It brings together

Project Based Learning Activity: Island Survival (PBL)

Your students have awoken on an deserted island. How are they going to survive? Food, shelter, water, who knows? This project based learning activity asks students to problem solve and world-build, unlike anything they've done before. It brings together

Five Unexpected Traits of Gifted Students that all teachers and parents need to know. IAGC offers additional information about these in their Parenting the Gifted Child Seminar.  http://www.byrdseed.com/five-unexpected-traits-of-gifted-students/#

Five Unexpected Intensities of Gifted Students

StudentSavvy: 15 tips for gifted learners Read #1 and the first half of #4 twice!! -Melanie Bondy, Mind Vine Press

15 Tips for Gifted Learners

Gifted students do not just need to be given more work, or be helpers to classmates on assignments when they finish early. These tips are great reminders on how to differentiate, and keep gifted students' needs in mind.

Yes! You can challenge your gifted kids! With this list of 100 Games for Gifted kids.

Challenge your students with 100 games for gifted kids.

Early Finisher and Enrichment Solutions - Sunny Days in Second Grade

I& been teaching gifted and high achieving students for the past 15 years. In that time, I& come to have a great understanding o.

The purpose of this unit is for students to investigate the philosophies of time and time travel. The students will apply this information to designing their own time travel vehicle and method.

Gifted and Talented Unit - Time Travel Research and Design Project

Gifted and Talented - Time Travel Research and Design Project: Students will investigate the philosophies of time and time travel. The students will apply this information to designing their own time travel vehicle and method.

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