Investigate the nature and needs of gifted learners, including traditional and alternative tools for identifying giftedness, curriculum and instruction services, program models, and advocacy. Examine cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics. Understand the history and current research concerning gifted education.

I already sent a response, but you have an additional question here. Read the chapters, scenarios, and prompts carefully. Then follow the directions. Some questions only ask for a list of items. Others ask that you list, but justify your responses. There is no set length for responses, just be sure that they are long enough to demonstrate that you have read and understand the material. Sometimes that can be in a couple words, other times a paragraph. Let the prompt be your guide.DescriptionInvestigate the nature and needs of gifted learners, including traditional and alternative tools for identifying giftedness, curriculum and instruction services, program models, and advocacy. Examine cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics. Understand the history and current research concerning gifted education.Learning ObjectivesThe following topics align with the Florida K-12 Gifted Endorsement, Florida Department of Education Board Rule 6A-4.01791, and the 2019 Pre-K-Grade 12 Gifted Programming Standards from the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC). The standards are endorsed by the Association for the Gifted of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). The GT codes in parenthesis reference the NAGC-CEC Teacher Preparation Standards in Gifted and Talented Education (12/2013).