Monday, February 9, 2009

Session 2 - Question 4

A book study should help you generate new ideas for working with your students. Your reading might provide you positive reinforcement for things you've tried or help explain why things you're doing work. Your reading might help you tweak things or give you entirely new ideas to try. Based on your reading of chapters 5- 7, what things will you be tweaking or trying out for the first time? (Please give us page numbers so we can re-read those sections and think about how those passages have affected us.)

Session 2 - Question 3

Chapter 6 emphasizes the importance of humor in the classroom. How has humor added to your classroom environment?

Session 2 - Question 2

What ideas do you have about helping gifted students differentiate between paying attention to detail and being perfectionists?

Session 2 - Question 1

One of the themes discussed in chapter 7 was utilizing untapped resources. What are some of your “not so obvious” resources?