Webinar: Cluster Grouping - A Paradigm Shift in Gifted Education


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In these times of shrinking budgets, gifted programs are at great risk. The practice of cluster grouping gifted students in otherwise heterogeneous classes provides full-time academic services for them with almost no budget impact. Positive outcomes of cluster grouping include highly motivated gifted students, satisfied parents, and rising achievement for all students at the grade levels that use the cluster model. Participants will learn how to form and teach cluster groups. Achievement data for all students in a model program will be shared. Less

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    Topics and Grades

    Grade: TK/K to 12

    Topics: Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences, Education Theory and Practice, Learning Theories, Instructional Strategies

    Resource Pedagogy

    Resource Type/Classification:

    • Teacher Materials
    • Professional Development Opportunities

    Tool for: Charter Schools, Administrators, Teachers

    Beneficiary: Charter Schools, Administrators, Teachers