Feb 24, 2021  
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2018-2019 Catalog 
    
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SED 5030. Differentiation and Meeting the Needs of Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Students (3 credits)


This course focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to instruction and integrative methods for developing, designing and implementing learning experiences for gifted learners.  The introduction to and/or the review of differentiation in curriculum design and implementation will be covered.  Methods and strategies to use assessment data to expand and extend differentiation of curriculum fundamentals that include content, process, product, and the learning environment are emphasized.  Additionally, this course examines the unique social and emotional needs of children and youth who are gifted, including those from special populations. It focuses on program design, program implementation, and identification of underserved populations, identification of underachieving gifted learners, and identification of resources for gifted education.This course focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to instruction and integrative methods for developing, designing and implementing learning experiences for gifted learners.  The introduction to and/or the review of differentiation in curriculum design and implementation will be covered.  Methods and strategies to use assessment data to expand and extend differentiation of curriculum fundamentals that include content, process, product, and the learning environment are emphasized.  Additionally, this course examines the unique social and emotional needs of children and youth who are gifted, including those from special populations. It focuses on program design, program implementation, and identification of underserved populations, identification of underachieving gifted learners, and identification of resources for gifted education. PREREQ: Phase I (15 - 18 hours to include SED 5000 if needed).



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