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Digication e-Portfolio :: Erica Glover Edwards - Art Educator :: Differentiation of Instruction

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Digication e-Portfolio :: Erica Glover Edwards - Art Educator by Mrs. Erica Lynne Glover Edwards at NAEA.
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Art Education: Differentiation & Giftedness
A collection of articles dealing with gifted and talented students and ways to provide a genuine learning experience for them.
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NAGC - ED Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed Ability Classroom

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Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed-Ability Middle School Classroom.

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Against Accelerating the Gifted Child

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Skipping a child ahead a grade or two (or more) for the sake of academics ignores the child's emotional and physical needs.
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Differentiation in Art

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Marie Schoeman's curator insight, February 9, 2013 7:35 AM

Good ideas to support both gifted and struggling learners

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Differentiation Techniques in Teaching Art

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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.
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Marie Schoeman's curator insight, February 9, 2013 7:31 AM

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.

 

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Personalize Learning: Infographic: Personalization vs Individualization vs Differentiation

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personalization, learner-centered, assessment as learning...
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How Geniuses Think | The Creativity Post

How Geniuses Think | The Creativity Post | Art Education: Differentiation & Giftedness | Scoop.it
Thumbnail descriptions of the thinking strategies commonly used by creative geniuses.
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Home

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Creativity Test: Overview

Guildford, Torrance, Runco

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Motivating the Gifted Learner

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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.
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NAGC - Differentiation: Hot Topics

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Differentiation of Curriculum and Instruction.

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What Are we Doing in Art Today?: Differentiation in the Art Room Tips

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Kt DiBiase's curator insight, January 31, 9:01 AM

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.

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ARTSEDGE: New Paths to Learning

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Arts as differentiation for academically gifted students...
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Digication e-Portfolio :: Erica Glover Edwards - Art Educator :: Differentiation of Instruction

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Digication e-Portfolio :: Erica Glover Edwards - Art Educator by Mrs. Erica Lynne Glover Edwards at NAEA.
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Artful Thinking

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Why I No Longer Use Groups in the Classroom

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A writing teacher says research on the limits of collaborative brainstorming confirms his instinctual distrust of small-group work in the classroom.
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The Decline of Creativity in the United States: 5 Questions for Educational Psychologist Kyung Hee Kim | Britannica Blog

The Decline of Creativity in the United States: 5 Questions for Educational Psychologist Kyung Hee Kim | Britannica Blog | Art Education: Differentiation & Giftedness | Scoop.it
America was once of the world's most innovative societies.
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Hoagies' Gifted: Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted Students: An Underserved Population

Hoagies' Gifted: Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted Students: An Underserved Population | Art Education: Differentiation & Giftedness | Scoop.it
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?
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