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  1. Best Practices at Tier 3: Intensive Interventions for Remediation, Elementary

    In Best practices at Tier 3, the authors provide Years F–5 educators with research-based response to intervention (RTI) strategies to meet the needs of students who have fallen the furthest behind in the classroom. Using this guide, educators will ascertain how to improve their school’s Tier 3 intensive interventions so that they give these students the support they need to learn at the highest levels.

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    A$49.95
  2. Collaboration, Coteaching, and Coaching in Gifted Education: Sharing Strategies to Support Gifted Learners

    This must-have resource provides gifted education teachers, specialists and coordinators with methods and strategies for successful coplanning, coteaching, coaching and collaboration with a variety of school professionals. At the classroom level, collaboration enables effective management of differentiation and increases educators’ understanding of gifted students’ needs. The book includes considerations for working with special populations, including twice-exceptional students, underachievers and culturally, linguistically and economically diverse learners, as well as meeting students’ social-emotional needs, collaborating with families and communities and advocating for gifted education.

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    A$44.95
  3. Reflections on Gifted Education: Critical Works by Joseph S. Renzulli and Colleagues

    In this compelling book, more than forty years of research and development are highlighted in a collection of articles published by Joseph S Renzulli and his colleagues. Renzulli’s work has had an impact on gifted education and enrichment pedagogy across the globe, based on the general theme of the need to apply more flexible approaches to identifying and developing giftedness and talents in young people. This collection of articles and chapters has strong foundational research support focusing on practical applications that teachers can use to create and differentiate learning and enrichment experiences for high-potential and gifted and talented students.

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    A$54.95
  4. The Power of Place: Authentic Learning Through Place-Based Education

    The power of place offers a comprehensive and compelling case for making communities the locus of learning for students of all ages and backgrounds, dispelling the notion that place-based education is an approach limited to those who can afford it.

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    A$39.95
  5. Curriculum Planning and Instructional Design for Gifted Learners, 3rd Edition

    In its third edition, Curriculum Planning and Instructional Design for Gifted Learners provides practitioners at local and state levels a guide to designing curriculum for the gifted at any level of learning and in any subject area. It addresses the need to differentiate at all levels in the design process, from goals through assessment, and shows how to customise curriculum for advanced learners.

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    A$54.95
  6. Gifted Education and Gifted Students: A Guide for Inservice and Preservice Teachers

    Although most teacher education programs offer classes on special education and English language learners, teachers often do not receive any training in the needs of high-ability students or gifted education practices. This book prepares inservice and preservice teachers to educate high-ability students by informing them of best practices and research. Gifted Education and Gifted Students: A Guide for Inservice and Preservice Teachers is a concise, user-friendly resource that is perfect for both individual and collaborative learning, providing future teachers with everything they need to meet the needs of advanced learners

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    A$19.95
  7. Understanding Your Gifted Child From the Inside Out: A Guide to the Social and Emotional Lives of Gifted Kids

    Understanding Your Gifted Child From the Inside Out provides an engaging and encouraging look at raising gifted children today. A follow-up to the best-selling Parenting Gifted Kids, this new edition focuses on the social and emotional aspects of giftedness, highlighting new information on the issues of perfectionism, self-advocacy, underachievement, mindfulness and the impact of technology on gifted kids' relationships. The book also features a section on life beyond university, for those readers whose children are no longer children. Understanding Your Gifted Child From the Inside Out features real-life stories about the lives of gifted children and how they and their parents recognise and enjoy the many intellectual talents and social and emotional insights they possess.

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    A$49.95
  8. Talented Young Men Overcoming Tough Times: An Exploration of Resilience

    Talented Young Men Overcoming Tough Times features the stories of five gifted, high-achieving young men who overcame serious adversity in their lives. Their stories help us to better understand the factors that shaped their resilience and enabled them to overcome learning disabilities, homelessness, poverty, bullying, dysfunctional families and abuse. The young men succeeded in overcoming their difficult circumstances in adolescence and met strong success in higher education, obtaining advanced graduate degrees and moving on to productive professional careers. The author presents the five life stories by dedicating an individual chapter to each young man featured in the book and concludes by synthesising the consistent themes that are woven throughout the five inspirational life stories.

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    A$55.00
  9. Talent Development as a Framework for Gifted Education: Implications for Best Practices and Applications in Schools

    'Talent development' is a phrase often used in reference to the education of gifted children. Recently, it has been presented by researchers to refer to a specific approach to the delivery of gifted education services. Much of this discussion has been at the conceptual level, and there is a need for translation of the model into concrete practices and examples that enable educators to better serve gifted children within their schools and districts. This book addresses that need. The research behind the talent development framework is briefly reviewed, followed by practical implications for identification and program design within domains of talent.

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    A$79.95
  10. Thinking Like a Geographer: Lessons That Develop Habits of Mind and Thinking Skills for Young Geographers in Years 2-3

    Thinking Like a Geographer focuses on high-interest, career-related topics in the primary curriculum related to geography. Students will explore interdisciplinary content, foster creativity and develop higher-order thinking skills with activities aligned to relevant learning area standards. Students will develop and practise geography skills, such as reading and creating maps, graphs and charts; examining primary and secondary sources; and thinking spatially on a variety of scales. Thinking Like a Geographer reflects key emphases of curricula from the Center for Gifted Education at William & Mary, including development of process skills in various learning areas and the enhancement of discipline-specific thinking and habits of mind through hands-on activities.

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  11. Thinking Like an Engineer: Lessons that Develop Habits of Mind and Thinking Skills for Gifted Young Engineers in Years 4-5

    Thinking Like an Engineer focuses on high-interest, career-related topics in the primary curriculum related to engineering. Students will explore interdisciplinary content, foster creativity and develop higher-order thinking skills with activities aligned to relevant learning area standards. Students will complete design challenges, visit with an engineer and investigate real-world problems to plan feasible engineering solutions. Thinking Like an Engineer reflects key emphases of curricula from the Center for Gifted Education at William & Mary, including the development of process skills in various learning areas and the enhancement of discipline-specific thinking and habits of mind through hands-on activities.

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  12. Thinking Like a Scientist: Lessons that Develop Habits of Mind and Thinking Skills for Gifted Young Scientists in Years 5-6

    Thinking Like a Scientist focuses on high-interest, career-related topics in the primary curriculum related to science. Students will explore interdisciplinary content, foster creativity and develop higher-order thinking skills with activities aligned to relevant learning area standards. Through inquiry-based investigations, students will explore what scientists do, engage in critical thinking, learn about scientific tools and research, and examine careers in scientific fields. Thinking Like a Scientist reflects key emphases of curricula from the Center for Gifted Education at William & Mary, including the development of process skills in various learning areas and the enhancement of discipline-specific thinking and habits of mind through hands-on activities.

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