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Digication e-Portfolio :: Erica Glover Edwards - Art Educator by Mrs. Erica Lynne Glover Edwards at NAEA.
Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed-Ability Middle School Classroom.
Skipping a child ahead a grade or two (or more) for the sake of academics ignores the child's emotional and physical needs.
Good ideas to support both gifted and struggling learners
Differentiation is teaching according to students' needs. If students are at different levels of knowledge or skill, teachers must find a way to teach all the levels present.
Art lends itself more to differentiation than many other subjects as it allows for the development of individual talent. Art teachers are also inclined to think out of the box.
personalization, learner-centered, assessment as learning...
Thumbnail descriptions of the thinking strategies commonly used by creative geniuses.
Guildford, Torrance, Runco
There has not been a day since that talk that I have not thought about how best to motivate gifted students. Fixed Mindset versus Growth Mindset. At the very core of Dr. Dweck's work is the idea that intelligence is not a fixed trait.
Differentiation of Curriculum and Instruction.
In my art class I will often set up a one star (emerging), two star (proficient) and a three star (advanced) examples of what is expected in the artwork. Each example is generic enough for the student to build his/her creative thoughts. Most students will strive to obtain a level above his/her ability. If a student opts for a level below his/her ability, I will encourage him/her to add more interest (line, shape, color, etc). If he/she stresses the product is finished, I will assign them a one or two paragraph describing the process or meaning of the arwork.
Arts as differentiation for academically gifted students...
A writing teacher says research on the limits of collaborative brainstorming confirms his instinctual distrust of small-group work in the classroom.
America was once of the world's most innovative societies.
Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted Students: An Underserved Population, an article by Miraca Gross. How common are gifted kids? Profoundly gifted kids? How can we support them in school?