Kendall Hunt Publishing

Gifted students demonstrate mastery on 50% of the curriculum on the first day of school. The College of William & Mary gifted curriculum is designed to reach beyond these educational standards, allowing students to develop reasoning skills and higher-level thinking skills. Participants will explore ways to add depth to literature and guide students to be analytical thinkers, not just passive readers. They will take an intricate look at Paul’s elements of reasoning to develop critical thinking and skills of interpretation of literature using a literature web. Participants will investigate words with the vocabulary model designed for depth of knowledge and embrace questioning that enriches the discussion of the text as well as teaches students to analyze text. Participants will have opportunities to explore the William & Mary curriculum units along with the Navigators novel study guides. Handouts will be available.

Friday, November 8, 2019 - 1:15pm to 2:15pm Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, NM - Galisteo 110 Anita Schuh National Association for Gifted Children