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EPS Gifted and Talented Kindergarten Project

Collaborative pilot project with KD - 3/4E

Debbie Evans

on 30 November 2014

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Transcript of EPS Gifted and Talented Kindergarten Project

using robotic toys
to engage G&T
Kindergarten children

GTK project
using robotic toys and other technologies to engage
ALL students including gifted and talented students
in KD and 3/4E
gifted and talented
project-based approach
quality teaching
socially supportive
what did it look like?
let's party
where to from here?
project outcomes
beebot project
project-based approach to LEARNING
peer support and collaboration
weekly buddy program
high level social support
open-ended challenges
higher-order design thinking
curriculum differentiation
new ICT skills
high student engagement
online presence (website)
project-based approach to TEACHING
peer support and collaboration
professional development
curriculum differentiation
effective integration of ICT into teaching and learning
ID of GATS students (ES1 & S2)
new ICT skills including web design
high teacher engagement
a model for project-based approach to TEACHING
a model for peer support and collaboration
a model for curriculum differentiation
a model for professional development
a model for effective integration of ICT into teaching and learning
a model for ID of GATS students (K-6)
high teacher engagement
collaborative across-stage buddy program
open-ended inquiry approach
higher-order, thinking skills, problem-solving, design process
ICT integration
find out more
identification of GTK students
open-ended design of maps
Bloom's taxonomy
high intellectual quality
quality learning environment
across all Key Learning Areas
differentiated curriculum
open-ended tasks
creative and innovative
meet Freya and Harrison
design and construction
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