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>PLANNING EFFECTIVE CURRICULUM FOR GIFTED LEARNERS 
Joyce VanTassel-Baska, College of William and Mary

 This book has checklists, forms, activities, and dozens of practical ideas for planning curriculum K12. It covers strategies and management techniques plus materials and differentiated activities. Sample units are included to provide practical applications of the ideas. Disadvantaged students and learning disabled populations are covered.

 Contents

1. Curricula for the Gifted
2. Correspondence Between Gifted Learners' Characteristics and Curriculum
3. Philosophy and Goals for a Gifted Program
4. Gifted Learner Outcomes
5. Teaching-Learning Activities and Resources
6. Instructional Strategies and Management Techniques
7. Assessing and Evaluating Curricula
8. Implementing a Curriculum for Gifted Learners
9. Special Populations of Gifted Learners
10. Identifying and Nurturing Disadvantaged Gifted Students
11. Serving the Learning Disabled Gifted Student Through Collaboration
12. A Perspective on Curriculum Development for Gifted Learners
13. Curricula for Exceptional Children: A Special Education Perspective
14. Gifted Children with Specific Learning Disabilities
15. Bridging Family and School: A School Psychologist Perspective
16. An Individualized Plan for Diane Bradford

402 pages
1992/paperback/ISBN 978-0-89108-218-7
$49.95

     
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