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This resource helps practitioners identify gifted and talented pupils, resolve underachievement, develop strategies for gifted and talented pupils, and devise a tailored curriculum for able pupils.


Curriculum differentiation for gifted pupils involves making changes in the depth, breadth and pace of pupils' learning (McClure, 2001) that may be enhanced with the use of appropriate classroom management strategies, varied teaching styles, flexible grouping and support, and the availability of a wide range of resources. Curriculum organisation should be flexible, with provision for enrichment and subject choice, while offering opportunities to pupils that will enable them to work beyond their age and/or stage according to their aptitudes and interests.

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