#gtchat: Special Guest, Ian Byrd

Last week, #gtchat welcomed special guest, Ian Byrd. Ian is a former gifted classroom teacher, nationally known speaker and author of the popular website and companion newsletter, Byrdseed Gifted. topics discussed included differentiation (“It’s not “differentiation” to ask gifted kids to help other students or read a book when they’re finished.), how to effectively teach writing skills to gifted learners, inspiring advanced mathematics learners and meeting social-emotional needs in public schools today. A link to the transcript on Storify can be found here.

Links:

About Byrdseed Gifted

Ian’s Website, Byrdseed Gifted 

Ian’s Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Subscribe to Ian’s Newsletter

Improve Your Gifted Classroom from Ian Byrd

The Differentiator

Five Unexpected Traits of Gifted Students

Graphing Characters

Sensitivity in Gifted Kids

Differentiating Comprehension Skills

The Curious Case of Imposter Syndrome  

Cybraryman’s Passion-Based Learning Page

Cybraryman’s Differentiated Instruction Page

Cybraryman’s Scaffolding Page

Integrating Character Analysis with Social-Emotional Needs

From @HoagiesGifted “Books for Children, Featuring Gifted Children

3 Books with Gifted Female Main Characters

7 More Gifted Female Protagonists

The Flip Book (e-book)

The Flip Book, Too (e-book)

Making Well-Formed Judgments in Science

Creating in Science

Curiosity Fridays

Introducing Depth and Complexity

To Show or Not to Show (Work)

Inductive Learning in Math

Topic: Games

TAGT ’12

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Posted on November 12, 2012, in Differentiation, Education, gifted education, Teaching and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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