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Creative teaching of the gifted

by Dorothy A. Sisk

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Gifted children -- Education -- United States,
    • Gifted children -- Education -- Curricula,
    • Creative thinking,
    • Activity programs in education

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      StatementDorothy Sisk.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC3993.9 .S57 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 370 p. :
      Number of Pages370
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2717490M
      ISBN 100070577013
      LC Control Number86010678

      The Best Gifted Resources and Curriculum We’ve Found: Mostly Free! Minimus: “The Mouse That Made Latin Cool!” Click on “Teachers’ Resources” for lesson ideas and curriculum for gifted students. Teaching Philosophy to Children with Books. The Marshmallow Challenge: Fun . Even young gifted students will ask, “Why are we doing this?” One way to increase a sense of instructional value is to give students choices in how to present their work. Offer a menu of creative, high-level presentation formats, such as video, digital scrapbook, posters, banners, plays, or puppet shows.

      The book of 20 papers from 12 telecasts on the education of gifted, talented, and creative students focuses on definitions, history, identification, self awareness, the need for a helping adult, enrichment, methods to promote creativity, and general issues in the field. The following titles and .   In this book, you will receive the best ideas and lessons for teachers of secondary gifted kids. This companion to the original 20 Ideas book features ideas for starting a mentorship program, teaching history using scientific surveys, using simulations to Brand: Free Spirit Publishing, Inc.

        Fully revised and updated for a new generation of educators, this is the definitive guide to meeting the learning needs of gifted students in the mixed-abilities classroom— seamlessly and effectively with minimal preparation time. Included are practical, classroom-tested strategies and step-by-step instructions for how to use them. The new edition provides information on using technology for. Fostering Creativity in Gifted Students (The Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education) Encouraging creative thinking in the classroom is an exciting component of any effective gifted education program. This guide by Bonnie Cramond, Ph.D. offers basic foundations required for supporting creativity.


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Creative teaching of the gifted. New York: McGraw-Hill, © (OCoLC) Online version: Sisk, Dorothy A. Creative teaching of the gifted. New York: McGraw-Hill, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy A Sisk.

"The most exciting and significant book about creative teaching to come out in gifted education in the last 25 years." Jerry Flack, Professor Emeritus of Education and. Identifying the Creatively Gifted Child.

If you’re the parent of a creative thinker, you’re likely to recognize that your child thinks differently than other children. For a teacher {whether in a brick and mortar school, a homeschool co-op, in a museum class, whatever } or another parent or adult family friend, it’s a little tougher to appreciate the creative thinker – unless your.

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Teaching is, through and through, a creative profession. Teachers who can model creative ways of thinking, playfully engage with content, and express their ideas, will beget creative students. Students need to see teachers who have passions, whether it’s drawing, mathematics, painting, biology, music, politics, or theater.

Creative Activities for Gifted Readers provides that and more. The numerous single-period and multi-week activities in this book are designed to foster active involvement across the reading curriculum.

Dozens of activity sheets that are progressively more involved and more demanding Word puzzles that excite and challenge Analogies that /5(4). Strategies for Teaching Vocabulary. Strategies for teaching vocabulary are a critical part of every teacher’s toolkit, yet searching for them is a little bit of an Alice in Wonderland experience – down the rabbit hole you go.

Design a poster or new book cover depicting the climax of the story. Write an acrostic poem about the book using the letters in the title of the book or the name of a character or author. Draw a classroom mural depicting a major scene(s) from the book.

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Creative individuals as gifted students need specialized attendance for each area of development. Piske (, ) explains that to have a full inclusion of students with high abilities in.

This book includes topics such as high-risk gifted learners, the development of social skills in gifted learners, the science and politics of intelligence, creativity; thinking skills, exceptional special abilities, theory and conceptions of creativity, transforming gifts into talents, gifted education in rural schools, and technology in gifted.

This is the list I give to the gifted, talented & creative adults I work with in my coaching and psychotherapy practice. While there were many lists of characteristics available to choose from, I put this information together specifically to answer fully that first key question--the question which unlocks the door to a whole new way of seeing.

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- Educational Gifts for Kids in Grades PreK See more ideas about Book activities, Gifted education and Gifts for kids pins. Approaching writing from whole to part using an abstract generalization is aligned with the needs of gifted learners.

Introducing The Theme. The opening lesson of this unit will simply explore the theme “structure increases creativity.” We’re teaching our students that this theme is applicable across many disciplines.

At least two of my kids are gifted, and I suspect the third might blow them out of the water, so I am constantly reading books, articles, and websites about parenting gifted kids. I may have a master’s degree in gifted education, taught gifted kids, and offered presentations and workshops on teaching them, but parenting gifted kids 24/7 is a.

(). Creative Thinking and Teaching for Creativity in Elementary School Science. Gifted and Talented International: Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 5. ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Torrance, E. Paul - Goff, Kathy Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children Reston VA.

Fostering Academic Creativity in Gifted Students. ERIC Digest #E Academic creativity is a way of thinking about, learning, and producing information in school subjects such as science, mathematics, and history.

Few experts. Creatively Gifted "Creativity is an elusive factor in its relationship to giftedness. Many writers have alluded to the necessary but insufficient component of high intelligence to activate creativity and the reality that many high IQ people are not creative.Gifted, Creative, and Highly Sensitive Adults Adults who are gifted and/or creative rarely consider these factors important in their identity development or current functioning.

Rather, in addition to the reasons listed above, they typically seek treatment for the following reasons.If gifted students are to be helped to find their creative intersection, significant and fundamental changes must be made to the way that educators think about teaching and learning.

Towards this end, a few researchers in the area of gifted and talented education have, in recent years, turned their attention to programs that can be.