Some Irish-related Resources
- Exceptionally Able Students – Draft Guidelines for Teachers National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA, 2007)
Click here to download (PDF 1.4 Mb).
- The 'Equality of Challenge’ is a small-scale project run by SESS which aims to pilot models of educational provision for exceptionally able students in post-primary schools. Some resources emerging from the project are availale:
Click here to see details and resources being developed by the project
- The SESS produced the resource Metacognition for the classroom and beyond: Differentiation and support for learners as part of its Equality of Challenge Initiative:
Click here for Metacognition Resource (PDF, 1.3 Mb).
- 'Exceptionally Able / Dual Exceptional Post-Primary School Self-Review'. This review document may help schools in planning for developing provision in the area of Exceptional Ability and Dual Exceptionality.
Click here do download Post-primary School Self-Review (72 Kb)
- SERC Report Extract: The Report of the Special Education Review Committee, 1993, has a section on ‘Pupils who are Exceptionally Able or Talented’. Click below for rhe relevant extract from the report (pages 160-165)
Extract from the SERC report (PDF, 115kb)
- GiftedKids.ie (‘A Survival Guide for Parents of Gifted Children in Ireland’): http://www.giftedkids.ie
- Gifted and talented children in (and out of) of the classroom: a report for the Council of Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment - Northern Ireland (CCEA):
CCEA Report 2006 (PDF, 2mb)