GATE Students Essay by Peerless

GATE Students
This paper explorers the technique for educating Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) students both in special and regular classrooms.
# 9685 | 1,650 words | 17 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jan 31, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Special) , Education (Elementary School)

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This paper explorers the technique for educating gifted (GATE) students both in special and regular classrooms. It shows how classroom teachers strive to provide the best situation for each individual student under time constraints and limited resources. The paper argues that programs for GATE students are inadequate and an attempt needs to be made to utilize the techniques available to provide a better learning environment for all students.

From the Paper:

"Aside from the social development and staffing problems associated with educating GATE students in the regular classroom, GATE students present specific challenges for the regular classroom teacher as well. GATE students often complete regular classroom assignments more quickly than the regular student population, leaving them copious amounts of time. In addition, GATE students often require more depth of knowledge than is included in the standard classroom curriculum. They often grasp a small detail of a larger subject and explore it in great depth. They require a challenge or they may become easily bored with the regular classroom setting and curriculum (Burke, 2002). This can lead to behavioral problems or underachievement due to the lack of stimulation."

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