Teaching gifted kids in the regular classroom can be a challenge. Do you sometimes feel like you’re “losing it”? Do you not really know how to meet the needs of these kids when you have so many kids who have IEP’s, 504 Plans, or are in the RTI process? Don’t despair, there is help!
support for teaching gifted kids in the regular classroom
A couple of my “gifted teacher” friends and I have been talking for a while about how there are so many awesome Facebook Groups for teachers, but there aren’t any groups that specifically address how teachers can meet the needs of the gifted children in their regular classroom. So, we have started a group of our own! In our Teaching Gifted Kids Facebook Group, we offer tips, tricks, advice, resources, and most importantly, support for teachers serving gifted children in the regular classroom.
No one can do it alone! We want Teaching Gifted Kids to be a place where classroom teachers are comfortable asking for support and guidance. So if you have a question or need, ask away! We’re here to help and learn from each other! Join me, along with Jen Snyder from Soaring With Snyder and Michael Silvert from At the Helm With Mikey D! as we grow together in teaching gifted kids in the regular classroom.
To kick off our new group, Teaching Gifted Kids, we are giving away a $75 gift certificate to either Amazon, Target, or Teachers Pay Teachers! You choose which one! All you have to do to enter is ask to join our Facebook, next, answer 3 simple questions about your experience and needs teaching gifted kids. You’ll automatically be entered into our giveaway! The giveaway ends on Thursday, April 25th, so don’t miss out!
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