Curriculum differentiation: A Practical approach

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Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle
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2010
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The words “curriculum differentiation” are frequently used when discussing the educational needs of gifted and talented children, but what does it actually mean when educating the gifted?

Differentiation means modifications to regular curriculum by adjusting process, skills and content and learning environment to suit gifted and talented students. It needs to include extension and enrichment programs to broaden curriculum to develop students‟ skills and abilities to a degree of complexity en par with their cognitive abilities.

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Mindscape

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30

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2

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Curriculum and Pedagogy Theory and Development

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