Curriculum and Programming in Gifted Education

Course code EDUC6011
Not available in 2015

Description

Considers ways in which curriculum goals and objectives are combined to construct and implement curricula for the gifted in both mixed ability and specialist classes. Issues will include the effects of teaching and learning within and across Key Learning Areas and methods of challenging students through a variety of strategies including accelerated learning.

Availability

Not currently available.

Learning Outcomes

1. Have an understanding of the relationship between gifted education and curriculum design.

2. Be able to design appropriate program sequences to meet the needs of gifted students.

3. Be able to develop a teaching sequence within a curriculum area that demonstrates application of best practice in teaching of the gifted.

Content

  • Curriculum influences within Key Learning Areas
  • The role of teaching-learning in a classroom for the gifted and talented
  • Adapting the instructional cycle of assessment, planning, instruction and evaluation for gifted and talented students
  • Practical work of curriculum design, implementation and evaluation which challenges the gifted student

Assessment Items

Written Assignment: Analytical Profile

Written Assignment: Curriculum Package

Written Assignment: Program Design

Contact Hours

Lecture

Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term

or Equivalent of 2 hours per week face to face.