Textbooks & Curriculum
Have you ever seen a 5th grader read a kindergartner's book? They either become bored, or start laughing and mocking the low-level vocabulary. Classroom curriculum is no different. However, while ridiculing or making fun of something are punishable acts in school, becoming bored and disconnected isn't. Therefore, many gifted children learn to tolerate school-boredom on the outside while never actualizing their inner educational potential. The following resources can be utilized in classroom settings either as the main curriculum or supplements to existing curricula.
Teaching the Way Gifted Students Think
Math: Teaching the Way Gifted Students Think
High SchoolGifted students in high school are typically encouraged to take honors or advanced placement (AP) classes. This could possibly allow them to graduate with a college diploma and two-year college degree at the same time.
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