A Basis for Talent Development: The Integrated Curriculum Model and Evidence-based Strategies

  title={A Basis for Talent Development: The Integrated Curriculum Model and Evidence-based Strategies},
  author={Julie D. Swanson and Laura Brock and Meta Lee Van Sickle and C. Anne Gutshall and Lara Walker Russell and Lindsey B. Anderson},
  journal={Roeper Review},
  pages={165 - 178}
ABSTRACT Why choose the Integrated Curriculum Model (ICM) in an effort to “raise the bar” for all students? Results of an intervention targeting kindergarten through grade five students in Title I schools using the ICM to change teacher perceptions of student abilities are reported. We describe the ICM as a component of school-wide intervention and connect to research on teacher beliefs about student abilities and instructional practices. This study includes explication of the ICM and other… 
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