This professional, colorful 25-page presentation is designed for K-4 general education teachers or administrators. Perfect for both faculty meetings & individual planning!
The first part of the presentation offers an overview of the importance of cultivating a growth mindset in gifted & talented students in order to avoid disengagement & the impostor syndrome. Teacher talking turns, YouTube videos, & sample posters are provided. Resources cited include Mary Cay Ricci, Dr. Carol Dweck, & Dr. Donna Ford.
The second part of the presentation explores how to provide simple extensions for gifted & talented learners within the general education setting - specifically through math & literacy centers. Many examples & ideas are shared to increase grappling & critical thinking skills.
The zipped file includes both the PowerPoint & PDFs of the presentation. The PowerPoint is password-locked for editing, but this should not prevent you from reviewing/presenting it. If so, please contact me immediately & I will rectify the issue. It was created using an Apple computer; The formatting is locked in the PDF file.
This presentation is excellent for:
* Individual review/resources
* Faculty meetings
* Committee meetings
* IEP meetings
* Gifted & talented programming
* Parents of gifted & talented students (particularly the first half)
For further gifted & talented resources, including literary analyses, I encourage you to explore the rest of my TpT store!
If you have any questions or concerns, please use the “Ask Question” option & I will get back to you ASAMBCA (As Soon As My Busy Classroom Allows).
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