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gifted and talented

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by mikle, May 18, 2011.

  1. My school is going big on G&T. they want us to put students on a register. We are all very uncomfortable with this. There are such a wide range of skills, and some students have some and not others. Some girls are genuinly good at designing but lack confidnece in making. Some boys are good at making, but can barely draw or write. KS4 it is a bit easier, but how do you identify students at KS3. Any experience or advice?
     
  2. My school is going big on G&T. they want us to put students on a register. We are all very uncomfortable with this. There are such a wide range of skills, and some students have some and not others. Some girls are genuinly good at designing but lack confidnece in making. Some boys are good at making, but can barely draw or write. KS4 it is a bit easier, but how do you identify students at KS3. Any experience or advice?
     
  3. I have a set of criteria I developed for our faculty as this is one of my responsibilities.If you would like a copy message me. I think D and T is an area it is easy to spot students who are G and T and its good that they may not be the maths geniuses in the school as well (though they may be)
     

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