A Guide for Developing Gifted Curriculum Documents by Linda Smith

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Focus on, and be organized to include, content which is more elaborate, complex, and in-depth, and includes problems and themes that integrate knowledge within and across systems of thought. 2. Allow for the development and application of productive thinking skills to enable students to reconceptualize existing knowledge and generate new knowledge. 3. Enable students to explore constantly changing knowledge and information and develop the attitude that knowledge is worth pursuing in an open world.

Developing Quality Curricula and Assessments for the Show-Me Standards” (2002) Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Workshop Handout. : National Association for Gifted Children, Corwin Press, Inc. Tomlinson, Carol Ann & Eidson, Caroline Cunningham (2003) Differentiation in Practice. Alexandra, VA: ASCD. VanTassel-Baska, Joyce (2003) Curriculum & Instruction Planning & Design for Gifted Learners, Denver, Colorado: Love Publishing Company. VanTassel-Baska, Joyce and Little Catherine A.

Critical Thinking I used at least one fact or statistic to support my plan/action. Communication My poster or website or book, etc. was complete. I shared my ideas with others. Responsibility I completed my part of the presentation. I listened to others. I am really proud of how I ____________________________________________________________________ Teacher comments: APPENDIX 2: ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Characteristics of Effective Curriculum – General Guidelines……. 49 Characteristics of Effective Curriculum -- Gifted Education……….

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