This resource provided information about Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory. this theory provides insights into the eight different levels of giftedness that students could possess and provides an explanation of each level. Additionally, there is information from the National Association for Gifted Children and a video introduction from Howard Gardner about his multiple intelligence theory.
Talented and Gifted
The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) is a national resource for gifted families and professionals, reaching every facet of gifted education in America. NAGC’s goal is to continue to make gifted learners a national priority. This resource is so in depth that it is recommended to set aside various times to explore all NAGC has to offer. In short, NAGC offers publications and current research findings, professional learning opportunities for educators and support personnel, advocacy opportunities, scholarships, and e-learning. There are three membership levels: Premier, Parent, and Student priced at $119.00, $59.00, and $59.00, respectively. National association for gifted children (n.d.). Retrieved April 15, 2020, from https://www.nagc.org/
This workshop attempts to merge fundamental issues of gifted education with those of multicultural education, from the perspective of the culturally diverse classroom/community to the global village. Participants will learn some of basics of differentiating for gifted students in both a mainstreamed and honors/gifted classroom. Participants will learn about the under-representation of minority students in gifted classes and honors programs, and study strategies for “closing the achievement gap.”