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Differentiating Curriculum & Tiered Learning: A First Look (G/T)

Differentiating Curriculum & Tiered Learning: A First Look (G/T)

Differentiating Curriculum & Tiered Learning: A First Look (G/T)

Dr. Lynette Breedlove, Raine Maggio
Dr. Lynette Breedlove, Raine Maggio
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 04 Aug 2014
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Last updated: 09 Jan 2020

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Tarja Fowler (9 Aug 2018)
very good information that will help me to be a better teacher to GT students
Mrs Karen Roan M.Ed (8 May 2017)
I enjoyed the detailed information regarding gifted learning. I have been a special education teacher for children with Autism for 13 years, it was refreshing to learn about the other end of the spectrum.
Ryan Sanderson (8 Apr 2017)
Good information especially for new to profession teachers.

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Description

Hear panelists Dr. Lynette Breedlove, Raine Maggio and TAGT's own Tracy Weinberg share best practices in gifted education, creative problem-solving and problem-based learning, the concepts of differentiated curriculum and tiered learning for all students.

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1. What is differentiated instruction?
2. How and why does it meet the needs of gifted students?
3. What is tiered learning?
4. How can I implement tiered instruction in my classroom?
5. What resources are available that can provide support and information?
Dr. Lynette Breedlove, Raine Maggio

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Dr. Lynette Breedlove, Raine Maggio
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Panelists Dr. Lynette Breedlove, Raine Maggio, and moderator Tracy Weinberg of TAGT present at the 2012 ATPE Summit.

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User Reviews (21)

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Tarja Fowler (9 Aug 2018)
very good information that will help me to be a better teacher to GT students
Mrs Karen Roan M.Ed (8 May 2017)
I enjoyed the detailed information regarding gifted learning. I have been a special education teacher for children with Autism for 13 years, it was refreshing to learn about the other end of the spectrum.
Ryan Sanderson (8 Apr 2017)
Good information especially for new to profession teachers.
Mrs Tricia Lynch (7 Mar 2017)
Very good presentation. Differentiating curriculum is always helpful.
Kristal Wood (31 Mar 2017)
Great information that I can begin using immediately.
Mrs Martha McMillan (30 May 2019)
I feel like a really gained some knowledge that will help me when it comes to assisting a gifted child.
Whitney Bonner (3 Aug 2018)
Great Presentation!
Mrs Mary Simmons (28 Jun 2018)
Good refresher
Mr Tim Cotton (25 Feb 2017)
gave me a better understanding of how some students learn and see the world. more of an overview than in-depth
Hayley Ardis (25 Apr 2017)
It was a very interesting lesson!
Mrs Monica Espinosa (21 Mar 2017)
Great presentation. I enjoy learning about differentiated learning!
Lauren Shoemaker (21 Dec 2016)
Great ideas! Lots of this will be applied to my elective class to allow GT students to come up with their own projects.
Ms Serenity Vulgamore (19 Jul 2019)
Great information and ideas
Mr Joshua Shiel M.Ed. (18 Apr 2017)
Have to support these kiddos.
Julie Riggs (17 Feb 2017)
I enjoyed this particularly because I do have GT students. This was beneficial for all grade levels.
(16 Aug 2019)
I particularly enjoyed the specific examples of differentiation actually practiced in classrooms. I completed curriculum writing for Junior English for our district and I cannot wait to research and possible integrate that into next year's curriculum. (Even possibly this year's curriculum.)
Susan McCool (15 Jan 2017)
This has made me think about some of my students, their behavior, their "alone time", the way they question....thank you.
(14 Sep 2019)
I co-teach a physics class where we are doing a flipped classroom, and we were looking for ideas on differentiating the content for students who are struggling with the student-led learning cycle. This course gave me great ideas and resources to use for upcoming lessons!
Mrs Michelle Atkeisson (14 May 2017)
Interesting listening
Mrs Courtney Davis (12 Dec 2016)
I have loved all the E-courses so far. I enjoyed the info from the classroom management... they made such valid points. I loved how they discussed form a kinder class all the way through the HS class... building a relationship is so important. the GT training was fantastic! I have a GT student, and she nailed it! He is such an introvert and needs his time away from everyone else! She answered so many questioned about him!!
Mrs Araceli Hernandez (1 May 2017)
It is wonderful to have a resource in G/T! I enjoyed learning about the different strategies that would benefit students who are gifted and talented. I will remember the fact that we can assess some students before the lessons are taught....thus not making them feel like they are wasting their time.

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