This comprehensive multimedia experience effectively models the elements of quality curriculum, instruction, and assessment for gifted learners as well as the elements of current best practices. Includes 25+ hours of video and interactive lessons with expert interviews, classroom scenarios, case studies, sample student projects, quizzes, digital flashcards, activities, discussion questions, research summaries, and resources for further study. Can be used independently or within leader-directed groups.
Users benefit from:
Variety of rich media technologies
Self-paced format and choice of presentation style (visual, text, audio)
Detailed critical analysis and interdisciplinary connections
Interviews with experts in the field, along with teachers, administrators, parents, and gifted students
Substantive content covering a broad scope of gifted education issues, such as policy, funding, service options, identification, twice-exceptionality, learning environment, differentiation, grouping, assessment, and social-emotional development
Downloadable lesson syllabi and research reports
A PDF “Certificate of Completion” that can be filled out and submitted for continuing education credits
Ideal for GT teacher certification, CEU credits, gifted program and staff development, or as a supplemental or primary text in a graduate education course.
$149.99 for a 4-month online subscription. Log-in instructions, passcode, and customizable Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you after your purchase (during normal business hours).
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What teachers are saying:
“I have really enjoyed this course! The Vizi lessons were very useful and a great way to learn the material.”
“I found this course extremely informative on every aspect of gifted education: curriculum, services, etc. I feel very educated and prepared.”
“This is the best course I have taken at the graduate level. What a wealth of valuable information!”