Getting Started: The identification of gifted historians

Primary History article

By Cathy McIlroy, published 31st August 2007

Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated.

The complexity of identification Crucial to personalised learning, entitlement and opportunity for equality is the identification of outstanding gifts and talents in children. The quest to identify gifted young historians is challenging as these pupils can be found in so many guises. Like all Gifted and Talented pupils they are by no means an homogeneous group. In identification it is best to be open-minded, positive, optimistic and to take a multifaceted approach; to spread the net widely and give the best opportunity of picking...

This resource is FREE for Primary HA Members.

Non HA Members can get instant access for £2.75

Add to Basket Join the HA