With student licenses, teachers can use iCEV to allow gifted and talented students to work ahead and assign additional Projects or Activites. Assign lessons relevant to course topics, like Field Trip: Lincoln Electric to gifted and talented students who want to go further than course content!
Every state has a slightly different definition of the term “Gifted and Talented (GT).” Generally stated, GT students demonstrate high intellectual ability, creative problem-solving skills or an aptitude in visual or performing arts.
A study in 2018 reported 3.2 million children enrolled in GT programs in public schools. Unfortunately, a large portion of GT students are unidentified and not receiving appropriate instruction. Every student labeled GT is not always going to receive high grades, though. As with every special population, there are variations in ability and interest level.
To read about strategies for GT students, check out the iCEV blog.
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