Title: Strategies for working with gifted children Weighting: 35% Length: 2500 words Due: Week 12 Learning outcomes: 1, 2, 3 and 4 Case Study: James (4.6 years) taught himself to read when he was 2...

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Title: Strategies for working with gifted children

Weighting: 35%

Length: 2500 words

Due: Week 12

Learning outcomes: 1, 2, 3 and 4

Case Study:

James (4.6 years) taught himself to read when he was 2 1/2 years old. He enjoys the company of his peers but mostly plays alone. He likes exploring new topics deeply and so far has researched; space concepts like black holes, and unusual animals like, narwhals and tardigrades. James lives with his parents and his two older sisters and they speak Mandarin and English at home.

For this assessment, you will need to:

Use James as a case study to:

  • Write a descriptive and analytical essay about the range of teaching strategies and approaches that you could use and adapt when working with gifted children in early childhood and primary settings.
  • .Include particular strategies to support children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Outline the kinds of pedagogical practices that would be most beneficial to improving the quality of gifted education for young children and justify your choices.
  • Analyse the concepts of gifted and talented children and the role of the early childhood educator in supporting children, families and educators in relation to giftedness in early childhood environments.

In your discussion consider specific approaches and strategies. Your assessment should show evidence that you have read widely on the topic beyond the supplied readings and texts. Your assessment must use correct referencing, in APA style.

Answered 3 days AfterMay 10, 2021ECCWC301A

Solution

Abhishek answered on May 13 2021
23 Votes

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