Using Differentiated Instruction for Gifted Learners

Did you know that differentiated instruction strategies can be used to tailor the educational needs of your gifted learners?
It’s true – by using differentiated instruction-based assignments, you can meet the needs of each individual learner, and therefore challenge them.
Janelle Cox, a seasoned contributing writer and a longtime elementary school educator based in Upstate New York, today looks at some unique teaching strategies that employ differentiated instruction to provide new learning opportunities.
Janelle’s ideas include:
  • Consider the Content
  • Consider the Assessment
  • Consider the Pace
  • And More!

Janelle sums up her article thusly: “If you want to ensure that every student is learning to the best of her ability, then be sure to follow these tips and consider these strategies when implementing differentiated instruction in your gifted and talented classroom.”
How do you use differentiated instruction for gifted learners? Is there anything different that you do in your classroom? Please share your thoughts in the comment section.
Get a Teaching Job: Cover Letter Tips
When you’re seeking that new (or first) teaching position, you can never underestimate the power of the cover letter.
Recently we outlined several surefire cover letter tips that could possibly land you a teaching job, including:
Keep your cover letter on target
Keep your tone conversational
And more!
What cover letter tips have we missed? Do you have any surefire tips?
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