in the lessons and videos. The flipping the classroom strategy allows gifted students to work together and interact on higher levels, contributing to academic engagement and peer relationships. With the variety of technological options available to present or create videos, teachers can provide students with specific lessons that meet their educational and learning needs, while creating engagement in the classroom the day after viewing videos. Del Siegle’s (2014) article, Technology: Differentiating Instruction by Flipping the Classroom , is well-written and detailed. Teachers who incorporate the flipping the classroom strategy will increase students’ learning experiences at home while watching the teacher- prepared videos, and at school when completing assignments and receiving more teacher interaction. This instructional approach focuses on students’ needs and can be used to advance further and maximize the abilities of gifted students. Even though some teachers can misuse this strategy, it can be an effective and efficient strategy to differentiate instruction for gifted and talented students.
JOURNAL REVIEW 3 5 Reference Siegle, D. (2014). Technology: Differentiating instruction by flipping the classroom. Gifted Child Today, 37 (1), 51-55. Retrieved from fulltextPDF/8206F77138342A4PQ/1?accountid=12085
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