Gifted KIds NCAGT

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<ul><li> 1. WHAT GIFTED KIDS HAVE TO SAY ABOUTINTEREST CHALLENGE CHOICE &amp; ENJOYMENTAND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT BRIAN HOUSAND - KATIE BLANCHARD - LIZ FOGARTY EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY</li></ul> <p> 2. HANDOUTS! AVAILABLE AT! bit.ly/ncagt2014 3. INTERESTCHALLENGECHOICEENJOYMENT 4. The biggest mistake of past centuries in teaching has been to treat all children as if they were variants of the same individual and thus to feel justified in teaching them all the same subjects in the same way.- Howard Gardner 5. an instructional trilogyReal World ProblemsRigorTechnology Integration 6. 49 52 88 6 22 8 7 In Te Ra C Ti O N IndiumTelluriumRadiumCarbonTitaniumOxygenNitrogenEAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY / PITT COUNTY SCHOOLSAIG CAMP 2014 7. RESEARCH QUESTION ONE: Do gifted students perceptions of their educational settings differ?REGULAR CLASS! AIG CLASSROOM! AIG CAMP CLASS 8. RESEARCH QUESTION TWO: Do gifted students perceptions ofINTEREST! CHALLENGE! CHOICE! ENJOYMENT in three educational settings differ? 9. YearNumber of Participants2011 2012 2013 ! 65 63 60 10. My Class Activities Thirty-Onequestions ! FivepointLikertScale ! Addressesinterest,challenge,choice,and enjoyment ! Studentsself-reportonaseriesofquestionsin regardstoeachofthreeeducationalsettings (regularclassroom,AIGclassroom,campclassroom) ! 11. PROCEDURES Studentsregisteredforandattendedcamp. ! Throughouttheweekatcamp,studybuddies interviewedtheircamperusingtheMyClass Activitiessurveyforeachofthreeeducational settings(regularclassroom,giftedclassroom,camp classroom). ! Surveyresultsweretotaledandanalyzed. 12. REGULAR VS. AIG VS. CAMP 13. INTEREST 14. CHALLENGE 15. CHOICE 16. ENJOYMENT 17. CONCLUSIONS Studentshaddifferentexperiencesacrosstheir threeeducationalsettings. ! Theregularclassroomsmeanscorewasthe lowestofthethreeeducationalsettings, suggestingthattheregularclassroomprovides theleastamountofstudentengagement. ! Thereweredifferentlevelsofinterest,challenge, choice,andenjoymentacrossthethreeclassroom settings. 18. INTEREST 19. CHALLENGE 20. egifted.org 21. ocw.mit.edu 22. ocwconsortium.org 23. coursera.org 24. iTunes U 25. code.org/learn 26. CHOICE 27. Long Term, Never Ending Projects 28. Long Term, Never Ending Projects Writing a Novel Creating a notebook of poetry Conducting a Survey Reading Making a webpage Designing a Science Creating an alphabet book on a topic Experiment 29. ENJOYMENT 30. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi 31. Ch w Floal ne nApathy 32. diy.org 33. INTERESTCHALLENGECHOICEENJOYMENT 34. HANDOUTS! AVAILABLE AT! bit.ly/ncagt2014</p>