How do we help students spot fallacious reasoning? How do we teach the most effective and logical ways to argue?
Research as Me-Search: Psychology Courses for Gifted Students
The Listicle Lesson: Challenging Gifted Youth to Do Critical Research
Expand Your Mind Now…Not Just During Black History Month
This post provides a rationale for pushing outside our comfort zones when it comes to our personal point of view and crafting a more diverse and inclusive curriculum. As educators, in honor of Black History Month, we can reflect on our points of view, celebrate diversity, see whiteness, and read with abandon. This post is the first in a series.
Making it Personal: Teaching the Holocaust to Gifted Youth
Teaching Argument Writing: Use Manifestos with Gifted Youth
Amplifying #OwnVoices: Recognizing and Affirming Indigenous Youth
Gallery Walks for Gifted Kids: How to Get Them Thinking on Their Feet
How (Ancient) Greek Are You? Time-Traveling Role Plays
Body Biographies: Deepen Character Analysis in English and History Class
How can we get gifted students to deepen their understanding of literary and historical characters? How can we bring together isolated facts and help students visualize and analyze the impact of a person on a story or a time period? A Body Biography is a way students can use images and writing to express that analytical and conceptual understanding of characters.
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