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Recognizing Gifted Potential: Planned Experiences with the KOI, 2nd ed.
 
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Dr. Bertie Kingore

Bertie Kingore

Grades: K-6
Flash drive
Binder of 270 pages
The Kingore Observation Inventory, 3rd ed.

ISBN: 978-0-9657911-1-3


Dr. Kingore's screening and identification process culminating from 20 years of research and field application!

24 PLANNED EXPERIENCES and 2 DEMONSTRATION PLANNED EXPERIENCES

A site license for one campus,
a flash drive with the masters for RGP and KOI,
and a copy of the
Kingore Observation Inventory (KOI), 3rd ed.
are all included in this one binder!

Planned experiences have proven particularly responsive to children from low-income, culturally different, and/or linguistically-different populations as well as children with special needs.

Planned experiences are sets of high-level, open-ended, whole-class activities designed specifically to elicit and diagnose gifted behaviors. Since teachers can vary in the degree of day-to-day stimulation and challenge they provide for students, districts across the country request a set of activities that all grade-level teachers complete with every student to provide equitable opportunities for advanced behaviors to emerge.

Twenty-four planned experiences and two demonstration planned experiences for K-6 are included in this binder and flash drive. Classic activities, such as:
• Drawing Starts and
• Attribute Classifications
are provided as well as eight new activities. They have been nationally field tested and revised by hundreds of classroom teachers as part of the use of learning experiences to enrich all children and identify gifted potential. Each planned experience is designed to be developmentally appropriate to a specific grade level and integrate seamlessly with daily instruction. Each uses simple and readily available materials, and several planned experiences are based on literature for children because quality literature has multiple high-level applications.

Educators must truly embrace rather than give lip service to a multifaceted approach or we perpetuate the history of overlooking underrepresented and underserved populations in gifted education.

The guiding question that addresses equitable practices is:
Does the population of your identified talent pool and/or students identified for your gifted programs mirror the demographics of your school population?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Dr. Bertie Kingore is an international consultant who has worked with students, their teachers, and their parents for over 30 years. Recognized for her humorous and practical presentations, her energetic sessions leave teachers revitalized and eager to implement her shared ideas and learning experiences in their own classrooms. She has received many honors including the Outstanding Alumnus Award from the University of North Texas where she earned her Ph.D. She is a past President of the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented and was also recognized as the Texas Gifted Educator of the Year.

 



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