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Talent Centered Model: Teaching Executive Functioning through Talent Development and Creative Productivity. Susan Baum, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, College of New Rochelle. TALENT CENTERED MODEL FOR TWICE EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS. Susan M. Baum, Ph.D. Social & Emotional Support.

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Talent Centered Model: Teaching Executive Functioning through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

Susan Baum, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus,

College of New Rochelle


TALENT CENTERED MODEL FOR TWICE EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.

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Social & Emotional Support through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

Differentiated Instruction

Talent Development

Physical Environment

Challenging Curriculum

Targeted Remediation

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


Twenty through Talent Development and Creative Productivity –five years of research

  • Learning disabled students with superior cognitive ability: How are they different: A validation study

  • West Hartford Enrichment Program for Gifted Learning

  • Disabled Students

  • State grants on GLD and the effect of talent development on

  • achievement: Project Rescue, North Haven, Cheshire

  • Project High Hopes, Javits Grant

  • Prince Georges County, MD.

  • Garrett County Public Schools\

  • Bridges Academy

  • Numerous case studies

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


How do we meet their needs? through Talent Development and Creative Productivity(Developing the IEP)

  • Talent development

  • A supportive physical environment

  • Challenging curriculum

  • Differentiated instruction and accommodations.

  • Targeted remediation and support services

  • Social & emotional support

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


Why Talent Development? through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

  • Provides pathway to success

  • Develops self regulation and awareness

  • of how to be successful

  • Emotional release

  • Basis for socialization

  • Develops identity and positive sense of

  • self

  • Opportunity to see students at their

  • personal best.

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


Social & Emotional Support through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

Differentiated Instruction

Talent Development

Physical Environment

Challenging Curriculum

Targeted Remediation

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


MELODIE THE ARTIST: through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

Putting it together

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


“Through my art people can see who I am and how I feel.” through Talent Development and Creative Productivity

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


Susan M. Baum, Ph.D. through Talent Development and Creative Productivity


“They respect me. I finally revealed my dyslexia because I knew my friends respected my opinion. They take notes for me and I give them perspectives when we study. It is mutual respect or I couldn’t accept their help.”

Susan M. Baum, Ph.D.


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