Gifted Education

Gifted Education 

Differentiated Curriculum

The general curriculum includes the knowledge and skills that most students are taught and expected to learn.

Teachers modify the curriculum to match the abilities and interests of gifted students and allow them to progress.

Differentiated curriculum: One of the two most common strategies used to differentiate the curriculum for gifted students are acceleration and enrichment.

Acceleration refers to speeding up the pace of instruction to match the child's ability. For example, sixth-grade gifted students may be taught seventh-grade mathematics skills.

Enrichment refers to introducing new or more complex ideas or activities. For example, gifted students studying science concepts may work on developing their own inventions.


To develop higher levels of thinking

To develop self-directed learning skills

To develop a positive self-concept

To develop positive interpersonal relationships

To develop creative thinking and expression

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