In this final part to the article I am going to look at the difficulties that are presented in firstly getting help for gifted and talented children and then actually incorporating any help into school life.
There are occasions we come across a child in our class that literally “stands out” for their ability in some area or another – so what do we do?
I have to admit that this article came about quite by chance – in fact it was a subject that had never really crossed my mind to write about!
This morning was our first really frosty morning here in Cambridgeshire – time to start to think about making some changes in our classrooms and get ready for the winter months!
Following the previous article on this which was represented by a picture of “The Scream” by Edvard Munch and the word “yes”; I thought we would add a little flesh to the bones.
I’ve planned to teach it – I have discussed it with my T.A, and yet never actually got round to teaching this particular skill.
I just had to start with this old commercial!
Increasing the pace of children’s work has to become part of your Classroom management strategy.
It’s always a problem, especially at the start of a new academic year. There’s just so much to get through but your class is just SO SLOW!
In many schools and classes the children are set work as soon as they enter the room in a morning – but is this a good thing to do?