gft504 | Graduate
Enhancing Creativity In Gifted And Talented Learners
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Creativity in Gifted and Talented Learners
- Analyze the relationship among giftedness, talent, and creativity.
- Identify ways to engage learners in the creative process.
- Devise a plan for fostering creativity.
Instruction and Assessment
- Design a classroom plan that enhances and celebrates creativity.
- Determine instructional strategies to enhance creativity in gifted and talented learners.
- Personalize a list of creative thinking techniques for gifted and talented learners.
- Personalize a list of creativity exercises for gifted and talented learners.
- Devise a new way to measure creativity.
- Assess creativity.
Communication, Collaboration, and Family Involvement
- Identify ways to collaborate with stakeholders involved with gifted and talented learners.
- Examine ways to communicate effectively with families of gifted and talented learners.
- Recommend ways to enhance creativity at home.
Overview of Creativity
- Determine a personal definition of creativity.
- Define terms related to creativity.
- Categorize creativity.
- Illustrate the creative process.
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