THP Article Catalog
In order to provide NAGC members with the most efficient means of connecting the pages of Teaching for High Potential to classroom practice and theory, we have organized the entire catalog of THP articles into four key areas, each with additional subtopics. Clicking on one of the four areas of interest below directs you to a list of annotated articles, columns, and special features. Each article includes the issue date, which you can then locate in the Issue Library.
All students need an education program that challenges them. For gifted and talented students, this means having access to advanced and differentiated curriculum. Explore what THP authors and columnists offer for educators who teach specific content areas.
In order to meet student needs, educators must have research-based strategies and tools designed for high-ability students. We’ve collected what THP authors and columnists suggest for classroom teachers.
Classroom Strategies and Methodology
“Use it Now” Tools
The Curriculum Connection
Bridging the Divide: Connecting Practice to Research from Gifted Child Quarterly
Meeting Student Needs
Enhancing student performance is determined by a range of external factors. Learning environments should direct students to explore their individual, intellectual, and creative traits. Teachers need relevant professional development and collaborative spirits in order to support students' affective and academic needs. Gifted and talented children, in striving for educational success, also need to discover who they are as individuals. Be sure to also explore THP’s highlights of successful school programs.
The Classroom Environment
Teacher Collaboration and Professional Development
Affective Characteristics and Associated Strategies
Spotlight on Schools
As school populations become increasingly diverse, it is imperative that we understand how to identify and serve students who historically have been underrepresented in gifted education programs. Read what THP authors and columnists have to say about indentifying and serving special populations of high-ability students.
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