Supporting Gifted Students in the Elementary Classroom

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What if you could support the gifted students in your classroom without it taking up tons of extra time?

Do you have high-flying kiddos in your class? Or, have you recently found out that one of your students is gifted and you have NO idea how to help them? This class is meant for you!

During this practical, hands-on hour-long workshop, I will help you understand who these students are and we will create a self-running enrichment center that will challenge all of the fast finishers in your class (not ONLY the ones identified as gifted!).

Who Is This Class For?

This class is perfect for teachers, parents, or other support staff who interact with gifted (or possibly gifted) students in any type of regular education setting!

This class will help you get your enrichment center planned and implemented in a single day so it is ready for your students!

Professional Practice Goals

  • Understand who gifted learners are, what they need, and how they can be served.
  • Create a plan for challenging your gifted or potentially gifted students.
  • Set up an enrichment center for your learners using resources from this class.

What Is Included?

  • The Workshop
    • An hour-long workshop with video teaching and reflection time
    • Includes a fillable class workbook with space to create a personalized enrichment center plan
  • The Materials
    • A suggested resource list with 20 different websites, books, games, and more
    • A set of year-long, digital AND printable choice boards with 72 different activities
    • 25 differentiated enrichment activities for K-5 language arts & math

The suggested total time to complete the class work and create your enrichment center is 3 hours. This includes watching the course materials, completing the journaling work, and determining the activities you will include in your center.

About Rachel

Rachel started her educational career working with the elementary gifted population of her local school district. While working with those students, she worked with their classroom teachers to develop resource centers for them while they were not in the gifted pull-out programs.

She’s worked in all grades K-6 in various capacities, along with spending several years developing resources specifically to support teachers with gifted students.

Rachel is currently living overseas as an ex-pat and is in her third year of homeschooling her children. In her spare time, she enjoys trail running, baking, and Pilates.

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    Rachel Nice

    Certified K-6 Educator. Former gifted facilitator. Currently homeschooling my two boys while we are expats in Europe.

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