Proven, practical ways to recognize and nurture young gifted children as early as age four and create a learning environment that supports all students. Helps you teach to multiple intelligences, and compact and expand the curriculum. Digital content has customizable forms from the book.Lack of Judgment: Gifted children can make foolish decisions. ... One of the best ways to learn how to motivate a child is to ask the child about himself, his interests, and his feelings about school. ... This is known as creating a portfolio.
|Title||:||Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom|
|Author||:||Joan Franklin Smutny, Sally Yahnke Walker, Elizabeth A. Meckstroth|
|Publisher||:||Free Spirit Publishing - 1997-05-15|