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Using Media & Technology With Gifted Learners (Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education)

by Frances A. Karnes

  • 159 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Prufrock Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Special Education - Gifted,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Science & Technology,
  • Aids and devices,
  • Educational technology,
  • Gifted children,
  • Teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9587971M
    ISBN 101593630182
    ISBN 109781593630188
    OCLC/WorldCa59671606

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Using Media & Technology With Gifted Learners (Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education) by Frances A. Karnes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gifted students are particularly skilled at becoming technologically literate and solving problems in creative ways using technology. From computers and the Internet, to video and sound editing software, to new research tools, education for gifted children in the 21st century offers exciting opportunities.

Let this book show you how to Author: Del Siegle Ph.D., Frances Karnes Ph.D., Kristen Stephens Ph.D. Using Media & Technology with Gifted Learners PDF By:Frances A. Karnes,Del Siegle Published on by PRUFROCK PRESS INC. As technology has become a ubiquitous part of education in the 21st century, it is now imperative that students become technologically literate by knowing what technology is, how it works, and how it can be put to use to attain.

Using Media & Technology with Gifted Learners by Frances A Karnes, PhD starting at $ Using Media & Technology with Gifted Learners has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Using media & technology with gifted students. [Del Siegle] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Del Siegle. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Using Media & Technology with Gifted Learners by Frances A Karnes, PhD, Del Siegle, Ph.D., Kristen Stephens, PH.D.

starting at $ Using Media & Technology with Gifted Learners has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Using Technology With Gifted Students EducationWorld is pleased to present this article contributed by Neven Jurkovic, CEO of Softmath and creator of Algebrator, a widely used math tutoring software.

The one student population whose needs have been most ignored throughout the No Child Left Behind testing era of the past decade is undeniably gifted students. Using technology in gifted and talented education classrooms: The teachers’ perspective. Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in cused primarily on the ways G/T teachers in elementary schools in Alabama develop students’ technology, media, and information literacy.

The amount and use of technology may vary from. From technology's potential for personalised learning to access restrictions for disadvantaged students, catch up on all the expert advice shared in our live chat on gifted and talented education. technology use of gifted adolescent students.

Table 1 (pp. –) presents a summary of the relevant research studies. The search process revealed a strong contrast between the number of descriptive articles and the number of empirical research articles, as there were numerous descriptive reports on using technology with gifted learn-ers.

Spread the loveWhen you have 25 students in your classroom, it’s challenging to differentiate instruction for varying ability levels. As you work to help struggling students catch up, your gifted students may be twiddling their thumbs, having long ago completed the “easy” assignment.

It’s important to continue challenging these gifted students. Otherwise, they may become. Gifted students may, for example, find a specific book of interest and read all of the books in the series.

Teachers may also look more closely at students' native language abilities. “BASIC is an easy to use version of BASIC designed to teach anybody (especially middle and high-school students) the basics of computer programming.

It uses traditional control structures like gosub, for/next, and goto, which helps kids easily see. Differentiating instruction with "technology, transforms gifted students from receptacles of knowledge to active producers who direct their own learning" (Siegle, n.d.).

Use of the provided technology resources will enable teachers to successfully promote the skills of an advanced learner within a regular education classroom. The core issue is that gifted students are different from their non-gifted peers, and need to be treated and taught using separate, often accelerated, methodology and pedagogy.

Kesner () suggests that for the educator ‘developing a secure relationship with gifted children is critical and at the same time more difficult than doing so. Technology and the unseen world of gifted students by Tracy Cross, in Gifted Child Today ($) The social and emotional development of gifted students can be influenced by many factors.

Under the heading of experiences is students' use of computers. Discover what students know about a topic prior to teaching.

Design the lesson based on that knowledge. Reading level of the textbook is too difficult. Students cannot read or understand important concepts. Use lots of supplemental materials such as library books, Internet, CD-ROMs, etc. The textbook has all the answer to all the questions.

Article from Technology and Gifted Learners, Gifted Education Communicator Spring by James T. Webb, Ph.D. and Janet L. Gore, M.A. Technology surrounds us and changes almost faster than we can keep up with it, and children often are quite engaged with technology.

Parents are frequently unsure whether to limit or t. A gifted learner’s brain processes information rapidly, and he or she often thinks in more sophisticated, abstract ways. For this reason, Venosdale has found gifted students thrive with assignments that let them explore topics of interest in new ways.

“Kids need to be challenged at their level to feel valued,” she says. Learning from home is the new normal for gifted learners. Whether it be lesson plans and ideas for teachers—or enrichment content for specific areas of interest—these free resources will spark gifted minds in art, music, science, language arts, social studies, and other disciplines.

Updated 5/8/20 New. Toys & Games NEW. Toys & Games for Gifted Kids. Discover a multitude of tools, tips, resources, and connections available via technology to meet the needs of your gifted students in any classroom. Find ways to differentiate academic content, leverage technology to foster creativity, join in digital collaborations to extend the curriculum through individual interests, and even establish digital me-portfolios.

In recognition of Parenting Gifted Children Week, it seemed only fitting to explore the specific challenges and strategies designed to assist teaching the gifted learner, especially as it relates to books and imes, a great deal of attention is paid to the important and recurring problem of how best to reach struggling readers in time to get them reading at grade .Learning activities also must allow students to respond in various modes and should be designed to engage learners with varying interests and aptitudes.

Often, educators use assistive technology to implement universal design to make instruction accessible for a broader array of students.Gifted students—you may or may not spot them in your classroom.

They may be highly visible, like the high achievers or straight-A they may also be among those students who don't finish their work (it's never perfect enough), who zone out or act out in class (they're bored), or who test poorly because they overthink things ("Hmmm, this answer might be true in this .