Do you know what Content Imperative Icons are and why educators should learn more about them?
Content Imperative Icons aren’t a program in and of themselves, but rather a tool that can be used to aid educators in their Gifted and Talented classrooms. The icons help your students develop deeper critical thinking skills and engage more thoroughly with the content you teach.
In this 1-hour course presented by J Taylor Education, Daniel Brillhart walks through the history of the Content Imperative Icons, how they can be used to enhance your depth and complexity instruction, and how to use the icons in your classroom. After taking this course you’ll be able to implement Content Imperative Icons strategies immediately in your instruction.
In this course you’ll discover:
- An introduction to Content Imperative Icons
- An in-depth explanation of each icon
- Classroom examples of icons in action
- How to combine icons
Daniel Brillhart is a Talented and Gifted (TAG) teacher at Gattis Elementary School in Round Rock, TX. Brillhart earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Science in Technology Education and Cognitive Systems from the University of North Texas in Denton. His teaching experience includes high school government, 6th grade, 4th grade, and he has spent over 10 years teaching TAG. He has won numerous awards including, Teacher of the Year for Govalle Elementary in 1999-2000, Teacher of the Year for Gattis Elementary in 2005-2006, Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year 2007, TAG Teacher of the Year for Region XIII in 2009-2010.