Teaching Gifted Kids in the Regular Classroom: Strategies and Techniques Every Teacher Can Use to Meet the Academic Needs of the Gifted and Talented
First published in 1992, "Teaching Gifted Kids In The Regular Classroom" is known and loved in schools and classrooms across the U.S., Canada, and ... Show synopsis First published in 1992, "Teaching Gifted Kids In The Regular Classroom" is known and loved in schools and classrooms across the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Teachers call it "the orange Bible" -- the book they count on for strategies that work. In the eight years since the first edition, Susan Winebrenner has traveled the country and the world, helping teachers reach and teach gifted students and "underachievers". Her ideas have been used by thousands of teachers to benefit countless students. The revised and updated edition of a proven best-seller (146,00 in print) includes new chapters on the characteristics of gifted students and parenting gifted kids. Throughout, the compacting and differentiation strategies that were the core of the first edition have been greatly expanded. Plus, Susan has provided many new forms that teachers will use every day.