The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented has developed and tested a new curriculum model. The results indicate that units based on the CLEAR curriculum model produce significant, positive results for gifted learners.
Join us for a VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSION to hear from U.Va. Curry School faculty more about this model including an outline of the core elements and examples of lessons from the effective units. To register click on the box to the right.
Studies in this area focus on ways to identify gifted individuals and strategies for working productively with them in a variety of educational settings. We develop and evaluate gifted programs and services as well as analyze and contribute to research.
Ideologically, our current research and service work focuses on a broad spectrum of giftedness and talent including investigation of specialized programming for gifted students in pull-out programming, as well as more broadly developing potential giftedness and talent in students from underrepresented groups. Our program actively seeks participation from students and professional colleagues from all cultures and language groups as well as international students and others interested in our work.