DATES & LOCATIONS
24-28 October 2022 - Antalya/TurkeyCONFIRMED
It is estimated that students who are gifted and highly talented encompass 5 to 15% of the
school-age population. These advances students can have increased capabilities in academics,
creativity, music, dance, art, and/or leadership. To teach gifted students, the teachers should be careful
about finding ways to support their learning process. They should compact the curriculum and provide
enrichment activities as well as provide environments that are stimulating, and address cognitive,
physical, emotional, and social needs of gifted children in the curriculum. During the program, some
practical recommendations will be focused on the ways of teaching gifted students.
All the participants will:
- Implement a multi-level and multi-dimensional curriculum.
- Differentiate the curriculum to address differences in the rate, depth, and pace of learning.
- Take advantage of real-life experiences that can be translated into problem-solving academics for all
- Engage gifted students in the curriculum decision-making process, giving them an opportunity to learn
how to take responsibility for their learning.
- Allow students to pursue independent projects based on their interests. Independent projects can be
assigned based on ability level.
- Allow gifted children to assume ownership of their learning through curriculum acceleration.
- Have students work together, teach one another, and actively participate in their own and their
- Encourage gifted students to participate in extracurricular activities that involve academic
- Set individual goals and help guide students in creating their own goals and set goals that are specific,
measurable, aggressive, realistic, and within a reasonable time frame
- Provide an environment in which the child can demonstrate his or her potential or aptitude to learn and
perform. Teachers should strive to establish a non-competitive, individualized, and open classroom,
which allows all students to advance at their rate of learning.
- Remember that implementing some of these strategies will benefit all of the children in
the classroom, not just the gifted ones.
Objectives of the Course:
- Making the curriculum student-centered
- Drawing the curriculum from the students’ interests and educational needs
- Creating projects to learn about a specific area
- Assisting in developing projects that allow students to achieve success one step at a time
- Identifying artistically gifted students and how to improve talent
- Understanding emotional intensity in gifted children
- Getting know what gifted education is, history models, and issues
- Setting expectations for gifted students in the classroom
- Encouraging creativity and original thinking among gifted students and allowing them to explore ways of connecting unrelated issues in creative ways
- Creating and using personal learning profiles
- Teaching interactively
- Focusing on practical and skills-based -interactive learning
- Creating immediate feedbacks, hands-on activities
- Helping invite them to use their talents and abilities in beneficial
- Working in groups cooperatively
- Inspiring discussions on best practices.
- Helping students to create their own goals and set goals
- Providing an environment in which the child can demonstrate his or her potential or aptitude to learn and perform
- Enabling set individual goals
- Teachers, trainers, educators, school administrators, etc.
Before the course,
- A detailed questionnaire to indicate their level of experience, teaching backgrounds, and training will be completed by participants.
- They will also prepare a presentation to reflect their teaching method.
- A participation certificate will be given to all participants.
- A Europass Mobility Certificate will be given if the participant demands it, as well.
09:00-09:45 Ice-breaking activities and introduction of the program
Getting to know each other Presentation of the schools
10:00-11:00 Definition characteristics and concepts to giftedness children
The different needs and expectations of gifted students in the classroom
11:15-12:00 What is gifted education, history, models, and issues
Common traits and misconceptions for gifted students
13:00-16:00 Cultural visits to some historical and touristic sites in the city
19:00-20:30 Dinner at a local restaurant
09:00-09:45 Welcome meeting with the teachers and students at the host school
10:00-11:00 Visit and observe the classes and the teachers and see how and what the students take
11:15-12:00 See how the teacher gives lessons by getting gifted students involved to the lessons
13:00-15:00 Semi-evaluation session with Anatolia Team and the administrative staff at school
09:00-09:45 Identifying artistically gifted students in destitution and how to improve talent
10:00-11:00 Multiple intelligences and learning styles - teaching tips
Creating a positive classroom environment for gifted students
11:15-12:00 Professional collaboration that enhances gifted learning
Setting expectations for gifted students in the classroom
13:00-17:00 Outdoor Activities (visit to some cultural and historical places)
09:00-09:45 Observe the gifted students in the classroom and understand how you can realize a gifted
students in your classroom
10:00-12:00 Understand the importance of behaving every student the same by establishing inclusive
environment at school
13:00-14:30 Meeting with the teachers and administrators at school and discussion of the current
09:00-11:00 Brainstorming: do you have an enough curriculum for gifted students in your classroom?
What can be done to make the gifted children involved to the lessons?
Creating evaluation form using google forms
11:00-13:00 Filling out the evaluation forms
Feedback session and Certificates