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Purdue Three Stage Enrichment Program

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Transcript of Purdue Three Stage Enrichment Program

Purdue Three Stage
Enrichment Model A pull-out enrichment
program that can be used
in primary or secondary school Stage 1: Divergent & Convergent Thinking Abilities Stage 2: Development of Creative Problem Solving Abilities Stage 3: Development of Independent Study Skills Divergent= Elaborating
on ideas in a creative manner
Convergent= Using content basic skills/
facts Thinking skills and creativity mix:
1. unusual uses of everyday things and concepts
2. "what if" questions about mundane things Promotes one's creative
originality and allows for
in-depth, flexible responses For the next 60 seconds,
write out as many uses for a paper- clip as possible. Brainstorming ideas
and using synectics (the Greek word where one connects two unrelated concepts). Improves critical thinking skills. Common Stage 2 Assignments:
1. Writing out analogies.
2. Problem solving through real-life experiences. Creation of real-life scenarios in the classroom by having students construct original products. This is to promote life-long learners and productive citizens. Examples of assessments:
1. Forming a haiku to summarize a concept.
2. Writing short stories to teach lessons.
3. Producing an original play. "Are my students
that bored in
MY class? (cc) image by rocketboom on Flickr (cc) image by quoimedia on Flickr (cc) image by rocketboom on Flickr (cc) image by quoimedia on Flickr synectics What do we put on and take off to keep our papers organized? Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Master basic skills through short teacher led lectures, lessons, speakers, etc. Individually paced
problem-based learning,
problem-solving,
research methods, scientific
method, etc. projects that are self directed,
real products for specific
audiences, and independent
research Student Identification Program Goals Teacher Selection
& Training Teacher role changes from direct instruction,
to facilitating, to finally just serving as a resource. Works Cited Systems and Models by Renzulli, Gubbins, McMillen, Eckert, and Little
Education of the Gifted and Talented 5th Edition by Davis and Rimm
http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning/converge.htm
http://www.geri.education.purdue.edu/PDF%20Files/Out_of_school_enrich.pdf
http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx-R67PFIxc
http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcZoNHb5bYU
http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=okr1FoDLFI8 Strengths:

- hierarchy of levels of intellectual abilities

- challenges all students on individual levels

- content, process and product

- easily implemented

- low cost

Weaknesses:
- needs highly qualified teachers who have received
additional training

- calls for lots of resources In your opinion, what are the strengths and weaknesses of this model?
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