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1 Module II: Law, Assessment, and Identification Emily Dimitt Gifted and Talented

2 MEET THE CAST

3 NORMS FOR TODAY Introductions Small break at 10:00 Lunch 11:30-12:30 Please make sure that your homework is completed when you get back from lunch. End at 2:30

4 STATE PLAN Divided into 5 Sections -Student Assessment -Service Design -Curriculum and Instruction -Professional Development -Family/Community Involvement 3 Categories -In Compliance -Recommended -Exemplary

5 STATE PLAN: TEAM DISCUSSION Read through the section you have been assigned and answer these questions. 1.What did you know? 2.What did you learn? 3.What do WE need to know? You have 20 minutes to complete this activity.

6 STATE PLAN: YOUR TURN TO TEACH It is now your turn to explain to your new group what you learned about the section that you studied. You will have 30 minutes to discuss this with your new group.

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8 You will now have 30 minutes to complete the NNAT. ASSESSMENT

9 TotalsEvaluated 1800Kinder Screening 440Kinder Full Battery 125First Grade Full Battery 160Second Grade Full Battery 193Third Grade Full Battery 124Fourth Grade Full Battery 160Fifth Grade Full BatteryASSESSMENT: ELEMENTARY TESTING

10 TotalsStudents Tested 1800Kinder Screened 1281K-5 Complete Battery of Tests 3081Total Elementary 27%Elementary PopulationASSESSMENT: ELEMENTARY TESTING

11 ASSESSMENT: MIDDLE SCHOOL ALPHA ELAR 6-8 Sheltered PreAP/GT Science 6-8 Sheltered PreAP/GT Math 6-8 Clustered PreAP/GT Social Studies Clustered 6-7 Sheltered 8

12 ASSESSMENT: HIGH SCHOOL ALPHA 9 th GRADE PreAP English I GT (Humanities I) Prerequisite: Identified gifted and talented Recommended Co-requisite: PreAP World Geography GT PreAP World Geography GT (Humanities I) Prerequisite: Identified gifted and talented Recommended Co-requisite: PreAP English – Humanities I

13 ASSESSMENT: HIGH SCHOOL ALPHA 10 th GRADE AP/GT English Language and Composition Humanities II Prerequisite: Identified gifted and talented Recommended Co-requisite: AP World History GT Humanities II AP/GT World History Humanities II Prerequisite: Identified gifted and talented Recommended Co-requisite: English Language and Composition Humanities II

14 ASSESSMENT: HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE CLUSTERED 9th Grade:PreAP Biology 10th Grade:PreAP Chemistry 11th Grade:PreAP Physics or AP Physics B 12th Grade:AP Physics C: Semester 1: Mechanics Semester 2: Electricity & Magnetism AP Chemistry AP Biology AP Environmental Science Astronomy Anatomy &Physiology Scientific Research & Design Earth & Space Science (Dual Credit)

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16 IDENTIFICATION District Committee Meetings

17 IDENTIFICATION: COMMITTEE MEETING Each table will receive a spreadsheet with test scores. Please follow the meeting protocol sheet to determine if a child qualifies for the program. You will have 15 minutes to discuss this with your table and decide on which students should qualify for the program. Please highlight the ones that you decide DO qualify for services.

18 IDENTIFICATION: COMPARE Take the next 10 minutes and compare your teams results to the table next to you.

19 IDENTIFICATION: HOW DID YOU DO? Did you agree on all on the same kids or did you identify different students?

20 HEY, JACK! IT’S TIME FOR LUNCH! See you back at 12:30

21 CHILD GENIUS Part One Part Two Part Three

22 IDENTIFICATION: HOMEWORK Please take out your… - Referral Form - Parent Observation - Teacher Observation

23 IDENTIFICATION: FIND A PARTNER Don’t tell the person who you recommended, but read what you wrote about them and see if your partner can guess who your person is. You will have 20 minutes to complete this activity.

24 IDENTIFICATION: DISCUSS What do you think about the application process? What questions do you have?

25 YOGA POSES SHOULD HAVE NAMES THAT REFLECT REALITY: 1.“SPINE SNAPPER” 2.“WHEELCHAIR BOUND” 3.“HUMANLY POSSIBLE” 4.“DYING FAT MAN”

26 ‘PHIL’ISOPHIC CHAIRS

27 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT 1.I will state the question out loud and give you a couple of seconds for you to decide on what side of the fence you are on. 2.You will move to the side of the room that you agree with. 3.Designated spots are placed for you to go if you would like to speak. 4.No one can speak without being in the “hot spot”. 5.You must wait for 3 other people on your side to speak before you can speak again. 6.Each time you speak you will receive a card.

28 Questions?

29 Feel free to “QUACK” me any questions you might have!


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