The fourth edition of Content-Based Curriculum for Advanced Learners provides readers with a complete and up-to-date introduction to core elements of curriculum development in gifted education with implications for school-based implementation.
Written by key experts in the field, this text is essential to the development of high-powered, rich, and complex curricula that treat content, process, product, and concept development considerations as equal partners in the task of educating gifted learners. Along with revised chapters, this edition contains new chapters on culturally responsive curriculum, the performing arts, robotics, and engineering design, as well as social and emotional learning. Additional material concerning talent trajectories across the lifespan accompanies a discussion of honors curriculum in higher education, rounding out this comprehensive resource.
This master text is a must read for educators interested in executing effective curriculum and instructional interventions to support learning for gifted and advanced learners.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part Section I|126 pages
Introduction to Curriculum with Advanced Learner Groups
part Chapter Section II|130 pages
The Defining Dimensions of the Integrated Curriculum Model
part Chapter Section III|106 pages
Applications of the ICM in the Core Content Areas
part Chapter Section IV|102 pages
Extending ICM beyond the Core: Interdisciplinary Applications
part Chapter Section V|74 pages
Psychosocial Dimensions of the Curriculum
part Chapter Section VI|42 pages
Talent Development Beyond K-12
part Chapter Section VII|92 pages
Support Structures for Curriculum Innovation and Implementation