Gifted and Talented in the Early Years
Practical Activities for Children aged 3 to 6
- Margaret Sutherland - University of Glasgow, UK, University of Glasgow
Combining theoretical perspectives with practical activities, this book offers clear guidance on how to ensure you and your setting can identify and provide for very young children in your care who are gifted and talented. With an emphasis on providing the best learning opportunities for all, there is advice for teachers and all staff working in early years settings. Everything suggested has been tried and tested by the author in her work with children over many years as a specialist in this field.
New to this new edition is:
- Information on recent research and new thinking in the field
- International views of gifted and talented young children
- Links to the early years curriculum
- New activities and ideas
- Extended coverage for young children aged 3 to 6
There are lots of ideas for things to try out in your setting, and practical activities for parents to try out at home.
This book supported learners to not forget about every child - even the children who are gifted. A must read to add into your classroom delivery.
An often neglected area of early years education, yet this book provides a guide to identification and the inclusion of Gifted and Talented pupils in the early years. The suggested activities and individual curriculum subject guides are highly beneficial to trainee teachers and qualified teachers.
This updated edition gives an overview of current issues and offers debate about the nature of Gifted and Talented children in the Early Years. This topic is gaining kudos and is high on many school's agenda.
When considering equality it is good to consider the other end of the spectrum and this is a practical way to add these thoughts to the thinking of students. More theory would have been useful.
A valuable text as there is very little available on this topic. a practical and accessible guide which will be invaluable for early years student teachers.
The up-dated edition provides a range of inclusive and developmental theories making strong links to practice. In particular, it offers extended information on the early years, providing practitioners with useful guidance for the early identification of gifted and talented youngsters, along with activities and resources which can be used to appropriately challenge this group of learners. It is clearly presented and easily accessible.
A wonderful resource for those studying at Level 4 and above. Gifted and Talended is an oftwn overlooked area of educational need, and this book offers example activities for those working G&T children in the Early Years.