Clive Tunnicliffe offers a vision of provision for able, gifted and talented (AG&T) learners within the context of Every Child Matters (ECM) legislation and the drive to achieve personalised learning. Providing a clear and concise summary of an increasingly important area of educational provision, this book offers the right balance of theory and practical strategies.
There is advice on:
- developing a whole school policy for AG&T provision
- defining and identifying AG&T learners
- strategies to use in the classroom
- developing critical and creative thinking
- out-of-school enrichment activities
- supporting AG&T learners
- working with parents
Each chapter contains a summary of key points, case studies of good practice, great ideas to use with students and Professional Development Activities for staff.
This book is short enough to be a quick read, but there is much to whet your appetite for finding out more about this fascinating area of teaching and learning. It is a useful and interesting resource for busy managers, project leaders, classroom practitioners and learning support staff across the primary and secondary age range.
Clive Tunnicliffe is an education consultant currently based in China; he had a long career in the UK as a teacher, Local Authority Advisor, National Strategy Manager and Director of Publications for NACE.
Clive Tunnicliffe is an educational consultant, DfES School Improvement Partner within the New Relationship with Schools, and Director of Publications for NACE (National Association for Able Children in Education).
Developing School Policy Defining Able, Gifted and Talented Identifying the Able, Gifted and Talented Whole-School Provision for AG&T Effective Classroom Provision for AG&T Supporting AG&T outside the Classroom