MEET THE STANDARDS
Christopher Osborn
Notre Dame of Maryland
June 19, 2014
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Professional Development Presentation
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Case Analysis
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Resource Flyer
• Values the emotionally intense
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Technology and the Gifted Student
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Interview with a Gifted and Talented Teacher
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Differentiated Multicultural Unit
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USE THE STANDARDS EVERY DAY.
They won’t mind.
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Presentation that describes how I met the NAGC and RSVP standards while completing Notre Dame of Maryland's Gifted and Talented program.

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Meet the Standards (NAGC and RSVP)

  1. 1. MEET THE STANDARDS Christopher Osborn Notre Dame of Maryland June 19, 2014
  2. 2. R E S E A R C H Literature Review • Researched characteristics of exceptionally gifted students • Collaborated with peers • Shared findings with colleagues EDGT 501 Affective Characteristics of Diverse Gifted and Talented Learners Click here to view the artifact.
  3. 3. R E S E A R C H Professional Development Presentation • Action research • Data collection • Research-based teaching • Encouraged to share practices EDGT 503 Research Seminar in Gifted and Talented Education Click here to view the artifact.
  4. 4. S E L F - R E F L E C T I O N Peer Teaching Lesson Plan with Reflection • Demonstrates analysis and a redesigning of the current curriculum to meet the needs of my students • Research-based application to increase motivation • Illustrates a cycle of reflection EDGT 505 Strategies for the Gifted and Talented Click here to view the artifact.
  5. 5. S E L F - R E F L E C T I O N Case Analysis • Reflection on personal biases • Changed perspective to increase data validity • Developed a plan of how to redesign instruction to meet individual needs EDGT 505 Strategies for the Gifted and Talented Click here to view the artifact.
  6. 6. V O C A T I O N Resource Flyer • Values the emotionally intense • Supports parents by providing tools • Demonstrates care beyond the classroom EDGT 501 Affective Characteristics of Diverse Gifted and Talented Learners Click here to view the artifact.
  7. 7. Technology and the Gifted Student • Demonstrates my philosophy on using technology • Lists a variety of ways to address diversity • Prepares students for life outside of the classroom EDGT 502 Curriculum for the Gifted and Talented Click here to view the artifact. V O C A T I O N
  8. 8. P R A C T I C E Interview with a Gifted and Talented Teacher • Demonstrates life-long learning • Intention to apply exemplary practices • Encouraged to share practices EDGT 500 Foundations of Gifted and Talented Education Click here to view the artifact.
  9. 9. P R A C T I C E Differentiated Multicultural Unit • Uses real-world applications of concepts • Allows for student choice • Encourages students to think analytically, critically, and creatively EDGT 502 Curriculum for the Gifted and Talented Click here to view the artifact.
  10. 10. USE THE STANDARDS EVERY DAY. They won’t mind.
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