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Welcome to the 2018 WATG Conference!
Friday, November 2 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Breakout 4E: Personalized Learning through a GT Lens

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In this interactive lecture/discussion, participants will learn how classroom teachers can subject-accelerate students with gifts and talents within a personalized learning framework.

Implementation can be done within the classroom and it is more than simply differentiation. Heather will share her experiences - - the good, the bad and the ugly - - and support others as they investigate
personalized learning through a GT lens.

Participants will leave:
  • Knowing the difference between differentiation and personalized learning. 
  • Seeing the benefits of personalizing the classroom to meet the needs of all learners, including those with gifts and talents
  • With concrete examples of personalized learning
  • Able to identify entry points within any curriculum

NAGC Standards Addressed
Standard 2. Assessment
2.4. Learning Progress and Outcomes.  Students with gifts and talents demonstrate advanced and complex learning as a result of using multiple, appropriate, and ongoing assessments.
  • 2.4.2. Educators use differentiated product-based assessments to measure the progress of students with gifts and talents.
Standard 3. Curriculum Planning and Instruction
3.1. Curriculum Planning. Students with gifts and talents demonstrate growth commensurate with aptitude during the school year.
  • 3.1.3. Educators adapt, modify, or replace the core or standard curriculum to meet the needs of students with gifts and talents and those with special needs such as twice-exceptional, highly gifted, and English language learners.
  • 3.1.6 Educators use pre-assessments and pace instruction based on the learning rates of students with gifts and talents and accelerate and compact learning as appropriate.
3.5. Culturally Relevant Curriculum. Students with gifts and talents develop knowledge and skills for living and being productive in a multicultural, diverse, and global society.
  • 3.5.3. Educators use curriculum for deep explorations of cultures, languages, and social issues related to diversity.
3.6. Resources. Students with gifts and talents benefit from gifted education programming that provides a variety of high quality resources and materials.
  • 3.6.1. Teachers and administrators demonstrate familiarity with sources for high quality resources and materials that are appropriate for learners with gifts and talents.

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Sandstone 3

Attendees (43)