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Identifying and Teaching Gifted Students

Many teachers do not understand how to either identify or teach academically talented or highly creative students. Many educators have not had the opportunity to learn how to modify or differentiate instruction or curriculum or develop programming opportunities to challenge students at the higher levels of achievement. This will help educators understand some basic definitions of giftedness, as well as some introductory methods to identify students with demonstrated talents and gifts or the potential to develop those talents. The slidedeck also explains the Schoolwide Enrichment Model, one of the most widely used approaches for identifying high potential and encouraging talent development in all students. This slidedeck is important for educators who are interested in learning how to challenge all students so that continuous progress and achievement can occur for all students.
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Sally M. Reis, Ph.D.

Sally M. Reis, Ph.D.

University of Connecticut

  • Vice provost for Academic Affairs at the University of Connecticut and holds the Letitia Neag Morgan chair in Educational Pscyhology at the University of Connecticut
  • Her research interests are related to talent development in all children as well as special populations of gifted and talented students
  • Public school teacher and administrator for 12 years
  • Published more than 250 books, articles, and book chapters in the area of academic talent and talent development
  • Delivered more than 500 keynotes across the country and internationally
  • Former president of the National Association of Gifted Children and a fellow of the American Psychological Association
  • Won many professional awards including the Distinguished Service Award for outstanding service by the National Association for Gifted Children
  • Recently named the Distinguished Scholar by the National Association for Gifted Children, for her scholarly contributions to the field and a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor at the University of Connecticut
  • Ph.D. degree, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; M.S. degree, Southern Connecticut State College, New Haven, CT; B.A. degree, Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA
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