Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Gifted Education Teachers
Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Gifted Education Teachers
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, December 02, 2020 by Andilynn Feddeler

The holidays are approaching, and educators deserve only the best for their constant hard work and dedication to their students. These resources are perfect for gifted education teachers who want to continue supporting their students with research-based practices and practical tools.

  • Collaboration, Coteaching, and Coaching in Gifted Education encourages professional learning with a focus on shared responsibility and features the tools and “how-to” steps for facilitating and maintaining collaborative work in order to challenge and support gifted students all day, every day.

  • Teacher’s Survival Guide: Gifted Education (2nd ed.) is packed with practical information, up-to-date resources, tips for success, and advice from experts in the field. Each chapter features a key question, making the book ideal for an engaging book study, as well as survival tips and a survival toolkit of resources to keep readers on course as they navigate through gifted ed.

  • Brain-Based Learning With Gifted Students (grades 3–6) combines relevant research in neuroscience with engaging activities for gifted elementary students. Through the lessons in this book, students will learn how to cultivate curiosity, neuroplasticity, metacognition, empathy, and well-being. 

  • What to Expect When You're Expected to Teach Gifted Students is a practical, easy-to-read guide that reviews expectations versus likely classroom realities that first-time gifted teachers may face. In each chapter, readers dive into issues that are frequently cited as challenges for new gifted teachers and emerge equipped with resources and strategies to build a successful classroom that meets the needs of high-ability students. 

  • Achieving Equity in Gifted Programming calls educators to act in response to the disproportionate participation of diverse students in gifted programs. Each chapter poses an opportunity for educators to address underrepresentation and their own understanding of culturally, linguistically, and economically diverse learners.