I love sharing time with teachers, and I hope you’ll find the information useful and practical. Like Mary Poppins.
We talked about tiering and compacting. Here are some resources for you:
- The handout
- Watch me make one (and read about creating a differentiated lesson plan, step-by-step)
- Tiered lesson plan template
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I wrote a book on perfectionism that won a big ol’ award. I like it because everyone who reads it tells me that they got tips they could really use from it. It’s a good one, promise. I keep the Kindle version super cheap, so everyone can grab it who wants it!
Living Gifted: 52 Tips to Survive and Thrive in Giftedland is a super little book that is a book and workbook in one. It’s chock-full of great activities you can do (or do with students).
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If you have that one and would like the Question Stems book, you can grab that one here for just $4 (special discount for people who’ve done training with me.
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I hope to meet you again, even if it’s just virtually.