gft506 | Graduate
Guidance And Counseling Of Gifted And Talented Learners
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Guidance and Counseling for Gifted and Talented Learners
- Describe guidance programs and group activities for all students, including those who are gifted and talented.
- Evaluate counseling methods to reverse patterns of underachievement among gifted and talented learners.
- Identify guidance and counseling interventions for exceptional students and gifted and talented learners with disabilities.
- Analyze developmentally appropriate, culturally responsive, and gender sensitive counseling practices for gifted and talented learners.
Advocacy and Support
- Describe advocacy and support strategies for families of gifted and talented learners.
- Compare curriculum models and grouping options that support the creativity and achievement of gifted and talented learners.
- Identify diverse resources that offer developmentally appropriate, culturally responsive, and gender sensitive advocacy and support for gifted and talented learners.
- Identify responsive services to counsel gifted and talented learners individually and in small groups.
- Explore methods for building understanding of and support for gifted and talented learners among teachers and administrators.
Social, Emotional, Academic, and Career Development
- Identify guidance and counseling strategies to develop gifted and talented learnersâ social and emotional wellness.
- Compare traditional academic counseling to academic counseling for gifted and talented learners.
- Examine components of program planning that support ongoing success of gifted and talented learners.
- Analyze special elements of career counseling for gifted and talented learners.
Understanding and Identifying Giftedness
- Summarize the history, myths, and realities of giftedness.
- Examine research and theories of intelligence and giftedness.
- Analyze research and theories of creativity and giftedness.
- Describe social and emotional characteristics of gifted and talented learners.
- Identify observation areas of high performance that may indicate giftedness.
- Compare formal, informal, and nomination methods for identifying intelligence, achievement, creativity, and giftedness.
- Examine the challenges, biases, validity, and reliability of giftedness assessment methods.
- Describe the roles of advocacy, defensibility, equity, pluralism, and comprehensiveness in identification methods of giftedness.
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