This course introduces administrators to the idea of assessing GT strategies as an integral part of the walk-through process. What can a walk-through tell us, and what is its role in schools? Administrators will be able to conduct walk-throughs that effectively identify GT practices and result in school-wide implementation of GT strategies.
This course introduces administrators to best practices in the products created by gifted students. What should administrators see when they evaluate the products created by gifted students that is different from that of typical learners? Administrators will be able to effectively analyze whether campus educators are designing appropriate products for gifted learners.
This course introduces administrators to the connection between the cognitive needs of gifted students and their social and emotional needs. What are common campus practices that are not ideal for gifted learners, and what is the role of administrators in making campuses emotionally safe for gifted students? Administrators will be gain an understanding of the social and emotional needs of the gifted, develop a plan for meeting those needs more effectively, and gain a series of resources to use for development.