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2017 WCGTC Biennial World Conference

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2.3.6 Like a thousand lizards on a flatbed truck: Integrating chaos and curricula for gifted learners

Creating any program that allows students creative freedom while maintaining rigid scope and sequence is challenging, but trying to find that balance in a program while also managing 150 gifted and twice exceptional 12-14 year-olds (and their parents) may sound impossible. However, with the right strategies, this is easier than you may think! This presentation will offer a step-by-step process for creating a middle level gifted centre program that functions as an optimal integrated system, one where students, teachers, and parents thrive!

Author(s):

Constance (Connie) Brown
connies.cb@gmail.com
Jefferson County Public Schools
United States

Connie Brown has been teaching for the last 29 years. In her career, she has taught grades 7-12 in theatre, communication, and English language arts in three different states. The last 9 years have been spent at the North Arvada Center for Gifted and Talented in Jefferson County, Colorado

 

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