PSYG 5610. Nature and Needs of Children Who are Talented and Gifted. 3 Hours.
A course designed to give an overview of educational and behavioral characteristics of pupils who are talented and gifted. Includes diagnosis, referral, management, and educational practices.
PSYG 6600. Methods & Materials for Children Who Are Talented and Gifted. 3 Hours.
A course covering the development of curriculum content and teaching materials for students identified as talented and gifted. Considerable time will be spent on organizing learning experiences and utilizing a variety of teaching methods.
PSYG 6620. Curriculum for Children Who Are Talented and Gifted. 3 Hours.
This course provides a study of curriculum models, the types of curriculum needed for the Talented and Gifted, guidelines for developing curricular patterns which include subject or skill, core, interest, process, experiential bases of operations, and modular designs of community involvement. The course requirements include the development of curriculum of learning activities which will have greatest applicability and usability within the local school system.
PSYG 7600. Assessment of Children Who Are Talented and Gifted. 3 Hours.
Introduction to tests unique to assessing the developmental level and the potential achievement of children with talents and gifts. Emphasis is placed on the use of these tests in planning and selecting curricular programs and activities.