This page contains a variety of resources to help general education teachers meet the needs of their gifted learners. Items include Ohio's Quality Review Rubrics for Units and Lessons, Supplemental Gifted Checklists to be used with Ohio’s Quality Review Rubrics, Sample Units and Model Curriculum Resources.
Differentiation Central is a service of the Institutes on Academic Diversity (IAD) in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. The goal of the IAD is to help educators understand the principles of Differentiated Instruction and develop competence and confidence in creating responsive classrooms that meet the diverse learning needs of today’s students.
This professional development resource includes modules that teachers may use individually or with a group. It includes both strategies for meeting the unique instructional, social and emotional needs of gifted and talented students and strategies for differentiated instruction to help all students achieve value-added growth.
This website is dedicated to differentiating instruction for high-level learners. Resources are in the areas of Language Arts and Math. A portion of the website is focused on the creativity of gifted learners and how to invite that creativity into the classroom.