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Principles of Good Curriculum . LTI on the gifted and talented. LTI Principles and Framework. Present content that is related to broad-based issues, themes or problems Integrate multiple disciplines into the areas of study

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principles of good curriculum

Principles of Good Curriculum

LTI on

the gifted

and talented

lti principles and framework
LTI Principles and Framework
  • Present content that is related to broad-based issues, themes or problems
  • Integrate multiple disciplines into the areas of study
  • Present comprehensive, related and mutually reinforcing experiences within an area of study
  • Allow for in-depth learning of a self selected topic within an area of study
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Promote and develop independent or self directed skills
  • Develop productive, complex, abstract and/or higher level thinking skills
  • Focus on open ended tasks
  • Develop research skills and methods
  • Integrate basic skills and higher level thinking skills into the curriculum
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Encourage the development of products that use a variety of techniques, materials and forms
  • Encourage the development of self-understanding
  • Evaluate student outcomes by using appropriate and specific criteria through standardized and CR instruments
four ways to adjust content for the gifted
Four Ways to Adjust Content for the Gifted

Acceleration – move more rapidly through the subject area.

Mammoth amount of research done by Duke

High reviews

Works well for younger children – parent support

Example: algebra 5th grade

Enrichment –

Works well for younger children – parent support

What is good enrichment?

Sophistication – propel them to the upper level. Teach the laws of math.

Novelty – something different

differentiation is a response to a difference in child
Differentiation is a RESPONSE to a difference in child.

Trait Logical Response

Speed of learning Compact curriculum increase depth

Self-directed

(passion for something) Independent study

Creative Allow for a creative component in all

projects

Motivated by real problems Mentorship – provide “real life” problems, Interest Clubs

Passionate Ability to pursue things that he is interested in

what 3 things or rules do we need
What 3 things or rules do we need?
  • Open ended tasks
  • Self-selected/independent
  • Abstract, varied
general curriculum principles june maker
General Curriculum Principles June Maker
  • Curriculum can different in basically three ways
      • Breadth or Depth
      • In tempo or pace
      • In kind and nature
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“Different disciplines lend themselves to curricular adaptations differently.” Henry Passow Essays on the Intellect

passow s questions
Passow’s Questions
  • WOULD all kids want to be involved?
  • COULD all kids participate?
  • SHOULD all kids be expected to succeed in such learning experiences?
curriculum is
Curriculum Is:
  • What are you going to teach?
  • How is the child going to think about what you teach?
  • How will the child demonstrate what he/she has learned?

Meet the child’s needs!

Content + Process + Product = Curriculum