• Intellectually Gifted Identification Process

     

  • 1. Student pool for intellectually gifted

    ·   teachers complete assessments as needed on each student

     

    2. Individual student profiles are prepared by Gifted and Talented Coordinator

    ·   test data (achievement test scores and other available resources)

    ·   teacher observation data (Renzulli-Hartmann Assessment, Classroom Teacher Nomination Form)

    ·   performance data (past TAG activities, classroom performance, portfolios)

    ·   parent-provided data (Parent Nomination Form)

     

    3. TAG Identification Team meeting

    ·   teachers, content specialists, guidance, principal, and G/T Coordinator

    ·   each student is assessed to determine the appropriate level of programming:

     

    Regular school programming - the regular curriculum meets the student's needs

     

    Level One programming - the student will receive enrichment of the regular curriculum

     

    Level Two programming - the student will receive Level One programming AND shall be invited to participate in appropriate TAG options

     

    Level Three programming - the student will receive Level One programming AND Level Two programming AND flexible pacing is initiated

     

     

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