ECAE 7670T Curriculum Design for Diverse Gifted and Talented Young Children

30 hours plus conference; 3 credits

Principles, rationale, and research-validated methods for differentiating curriculum and instruction for diverse gifted and talented young children, including gifted and talented children with disabilities. Inquiry processes across all content areas. Use of technology for differentiation of instruction. Approaches to the design, management, and evaluation of learning environments across a variety of settings. Collaboration with other professionals. Focus on the New York State Learning Standards and educational experiences of students from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. 20 hours field experience in a variety of schools and classroom settings.


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