Consultation in Gifted Education: Teachers Working Together to Serve Students
Based on theories developed in psychology and special education, resource consultation and collaboration in gifted education presents a framework that allows classroom teachers and gifted education coordinators to work together to provide more enrichment opportunities to more students both inside and outside of the regular classroom. This comprehensive resource guides readers through the theory and practice of resource consultation and presents all the information necessary for setting up a program. Landrum describes the various personnel roles, steps in the consultation process, differentiation techniques, and best practices and provides examples of classrooms and schools in which resource consultation is successfully at work. Reproducible templates, a two-year implementation timetable, inservice suggestions, and sample letters to parents round out this resource on applying resource consultation and collaboration to gifted education and schoolwide improvement.
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Components of Resource Consultation Collaboration Programs
Implementing a Resource Consultation Collaboration Program
Resource Consultation Collaboration Program Staff Development
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