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Copy of AIG 2013-2014

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Academically & Intellectually
Gifted Program
Mission Statement
The mission of the Hoke County Schools’ Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program is to identify students in need of gifted services in accordance with the NCDPI guidelines. Our program will offer rigorous instruction that provides diverse, challenging, and continuous learning opportunities to ensure gifted students develop to their highest potential. Our students will engage in relevant experiences that will enable them to excel in the 21st century.
Hoke County Schools’ Vision for the local AIG program is: Hoke County Schools’ Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program in partnership with the community will challenge our gifted students through academic scholarship in order to inspire and help develop their full potential. We will hold our gifted students accountable through high expectations, rigorous and relevant instruction, and research projects which will allow them to be globally competitive in the 21 Century.
Grades K-2
Students in K-2 are not usually formally identified, but students may be screened based on their characteristics of giftedness and ‘Wait and Watch’ folders/portfolios are kept with artifacts of the students’ work.
Grades 3-5
Students in these grades are clustered. Services for these students include differentiation within the general education setting. Students are exposed to such options as curriculum compacting and a variety of extension activities designed to challenge their academic capabilities.
Enrichment Services
During schoolwide intervention and enrichment, identified AIG students (grades 3-5) will come to the media center for extension activities.
Cluster Classrooms
3rd - Fripp, Showers, Galliano
4th - Duncan & Herron
5th - Sinclair, McLean, Huskey
Gifted Identification Team
Ms. Huskey
Ms. Galliano
Mrs. Fripp
Mrs. Duncan
Mrs. Sinclair
Mrs. McLean
Mr. Allain
Ms. Southerland
Ms. Leis
Mrs. Parsons, Chair
What are the characteristics
of a gifted student?
1. Student search and nomination
2. Completion of folder by teacher
3. Gifted Identification Team (GIT) review
4. Assessment if recommended
5. Identification
6. Appropriate differentiation services
Teacher or Parent
Rating Scale
Nomination Form
Work Samples
2 Nationally Normed Tests
4 Pathways to Identification
Service Delivery Options
Learning Environment
•In-class Flexible Grouping
•Cluster Grouping
•Resource Services
•Cross-Grade Grouping
•Subject Skipping/Acceleration
•Grade Skipping
•Subject Grouping

Content, Process, and Product
•Tiered Assignments
•Learning Centers
•Curriculum Compacting
•Computer-based Instruction
•Independent/Group Learning Contracts
•Guidance Counselor Services
•Advanced Content
K-2 "Watch & Wait"
Schoolwide Enrichment
P.E.T.S. Curriculum Units
Primary Education Thinking Skills
Lessons are presented in convergent analysis, divergent synthesis, visual/spatial thinking, and evaluation, suitable for grades K-3. The program aligns to the higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy.
3rd - 5th Grade
Nomination Forms

Completed Referral Folders
GIT Team Meeting
Student Testing
Role of the Teacher
Role of the Facilitator
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