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1 Georgia Gifted Coordinators’ Consortium 2013 Jekyll Island Workshop Dr. Annette Eger, Gifted Ed. Specialist Georgia Department of Education Cell: 404 316 1535 Office: 404657 0182 aeger@doe.k12.ga.us 1/15/2015 “Making Education Work for All Georgians”

2 Today’s Presentation Georgia DOE GA HB 186 Gifted Ed. Data Change and Innovation Social and Emotional Issues in Gifted Education Delivery Models 2012-2013 LEA Gifted Self-Assessment Report 1/15/20152

3 3 http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/Pages/Home.aspx

4 Georgia’s Future Now Modern Teacher http://gafuturenow.org/modern-teacher/ 1/15/20154

5 5 GA HB 186 Test Out Credit

6 GA DOE State Report Card http://www.edweek.org/ew/qc/2013/state_report_cards.html?intc=EW=QC 13-LFTNAV 1/15/20156

7 Student CountGifted Served 2010 - 2011 1,633,596 154,824 2011 - 2012 1,639,077 Gain = 5,481 (Oct. 2012) 167,289 Gain = 12,465 Gifted Education Data

8 1/15/20158 % increase 2010 to 2011 2011 to 2012 Oct. FY 10Oct. FY 11 FY 10-FY 11 % increase Oct. 12 FY11-FY12 % increase Total Gifted Students Served 148,496 154,8244.2167,289 8.5 Hispanic 7,900 8,84411.9 10,205 15.3 Asian 11,223 12,2108.8 13,519 10.7 Black 24,716 25,9955.129,146 12 White 99,452 102,2622.8108,328 5.9 Total Segments171,452182,3186.3215,288 18 Total Gifted Teacher Points 5,514 6,10510.76,723 10 Gifted Education Data Update

9 1/15/20159 2012-2013 FTE Weights Gifted Ed.Regular Ed. Kdg. $4,582 $4,559 $ 23 Grades 1-3 $4,582 $3,531 $1,051 Grades 4-5 $4,582 $2,834 $1,748 Grades 6-8 $4,582 $2,790 $1,792 Grades 9-12 (Base) $4,582 $2,744 $ 1,838

10 Adapting to Change 1/15/201510

11 1/15/201511 http://www.all4ed.org/ Blended Education

12 1/15/201512 “When people are buying a new car, they don’t ask how long it took to build,” said Bob Wise, president of the Alliance for Excellent Education and former governor of West Virginia. “Instead, they ask how well it performs. For too long, the nation’s education system has promoted students based on how long they spent sitting in a classroom rather than what they have learned. New Hampshire’s experience, although still evolving, holds tremendous promise as an approach for improving student learning outcomes in a system that encourages advancement by demonstrating competency instead of completing seat time.”

13 NH High Schools Eliminated the “A–F” and numbered grading system and replaced it with ratings that include “not yet competent” and “insufficient work submitted” Deemed not yet competent are offered interventions until they reach mastery, including online tools, one-on-one teacher time, and student collaboration Adopted innovative approaches – Digital learning – Flexible scheduling – Extended school day 1/15/201513

14 http://www.ted.com/talks/david_kelley_how_to_build_your_creative_confidence.html 1/15/201514 Creative Innovation David Kelley, IDEO

15 1/15/201515 Design Thinking For Educators Design Thinking is the fundamental belief that we all can create change – no matter how big a problem, how little or small the budget.

16 1/15/201516 http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50138327n In some ways, I have always had elements of Design Thinking in the way that I have worked and thought about schools, but I have had no real process to validate some of my ideas.

17 1/15/201517 http://www.designthinkingforeducators.com/toolkit

18 The Design Process Steps: 1.Prepare Research 2.Gather Inspiration 3.Define the Challenge 4.Tell Stories 5.Search for Meaning 6.Frame Opportunities 1/15/201518

19 The Design Process 7. Generate Ideas 8. Refine Ideas 9. Make Prototypes 10. Get Feedback 11. Evaluate Learning 12. Build the Experience 1/15/201519

20 1/15/201520 http://www.ideo.com/work/stanford-center-for-innovations-in-learninghttp://www.ideo.com/work/stanford-center-for-innovations-in-learning/ IDEO and Education

21 1/15/201521

22 1/15/201522 Use the items in your basket wisely! Resource Collaboration Advanced Content Cluster Internship

23 Delivery Model Regulations Resource – All students gifted eligible, focus on interdisciplinary Advanced Content – Homogeneously grouped, LEA must establish criteria and guidelines for selecting students for a class Cluster – documentation of differentiation, separate lesson plans, time and dates Collaboration – collaboration of development of differentiated instruction, teachers have joint planning time. 1/15/201523

24 2012-2013 LEA Self-Assessment Report for Gifted Education 1/15/201524

25 1/15/201525


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