During the program, some practical recommendations will be focused on the ways of teaching gifted students.

Learning Outcomes
All the participants will;
* Implement a multi-level and multi-dimensional curriculum. Differentiate the curriculum in order to address differences in the rate, depth, and pace of learning.
* Be flexible with the curriculum. Take advantage of real-life experiences that can be translated into problem-solving academics for all students.
* Engage gifted students in the curriculum decision-making process, giving them an opportunity to learn how to take responsibility for their own learning.
* Allow students to pursue independent projects based on their own individual interests. Independent projects can be assigned on the basis of ability level.
* Allow gifted children to assume ownership of their own learning through curriculum acceleration. Instruct them to work ahead to problems of skills that they do not know.
* Try to maximize your students’ potential by expecting them to do their best. Encourage them to advance as quickly as they can. Have students work together, teach one another, and actively participate in their own and their classmates’ education.
* Encourage gifted students to participate in extracurricular activities that involve academic skills. Examples include math and debate teams. Because gifted children are often natural leaders, it is important to invite them to use their talents and abilities in beneficial, rather than disruptive, manners.
* Involve students in academic contests. Gifted students tend to be competitive by nature. Therefore, participating in regional and national competitions such as spelling bees, science fairs, and essay competitions will be fun challenges.
* Set individual goals. Help guide students in creating their own goals and set goals that are specific, measurable, aggressive, realistic, and within a reasonable time frame. Be sure not to place expectations that are too high or too low.
* Establish and maintain a warm, accepting classroom. Teach your classroom community to embrace diversity and honor differences. Provide an environment in which the child can demonstrate his or her potential or aptitude to learn and perform. Teachers should strive to establish a noncompetitive, individualized, and open classroom, which allows all students to advance at their own rate of learning.
* Remember that implementing some of these strategies will benefit all of the children in the classroom, not just the gifted ones.

Objectives of the Course
* Making the curriculum student-centered
* Drawing the curriculum from the students’ interests and educational needs
* Creating projects to learn about a specific area
* Assisting in developing projects that allow students to achieve success one step at a time
* Identifying artistically gifted students and how to improve talent
* Understanding emotional intensity in gifted children
* Getting know what is gifted education, history models and issues
* Setting expectations for gifted students in classroom
* Encouraging creativity and original thinking among gifted students and allow them to explore ways of connecting unrelated issues in creative ways
* Creating and using personal learning profiles

* Teaching interactively
* Focusing on practical and skills-based -interactive learning
* Creating immediate feedbacks, hands-on activities
* Helping invite them to use their talents and abilities in beneficial
* Working in groups cooperatively
* Inspiring discussions on best practices.
* Helping students to create their own goals and set goals
* Providing an environment in which the child can demonstrate his or her potential or aptitude to learn and perform
* Enabling set individual goals



Daily Course Fee



Amsterdam, Netherlands