How can educators meet the needs of gifted and creative learners? This topic helps students to understand the concepts of intelligence, giftedness and creativity, to recognise and value students who demonstrate these traits and to make appropriate educational provisions to cater for their unique learning needs. Theories and research will be introduced which explore these issues, and students will be encouraged to develop and apply higher order critical, creative and caring thinking skills. Models of provision for gifted and creative learners will be examined and students will evaluate and develop units of work that are appropriately differentiated to meet the needs of a range of learners in the mainstream classroom, and in particular those who are gifted and creative.
This topic aims to:
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