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Talent Development Institute
Transcript of Talent Development Institute
Coaches were advised to use five questions to guide all student activity:
1. What do people who are interested in this area do?
2. What products do they create and/or what services do they provide?
3. How, and with whom, do they communicate the results of their work?
4.What resources and materials are needed to produce high quality products and services?
5. What steps need to be taken to have an impact on intended audiences?
A Sam Rampello Downtown Partnership School/ University of Tampa program
TDI is a school wide enrichment program offered at Sam Rampello Downtown Partnership School in cooperation with the University of Tampa.
TDI program comprised of 10 different enrichment clusters or clubs to infuse academics into project based and authentic learning.
What is the Talent Development Institute?
Learning to use their creativity & team work skills
Will race their cars
Learning the skills of programming
Using a software called Alice
Learning the skills for developing and designing a website
Making web sites stand out
AMAZING WEB DESIGNERS
Learning the art of yoga
Learning to stretch limits mentally and physically
Filming a video to share with other students
THE YOUNG YOGIS
Learning about the field of law enforcement
Designing a board game that features various aspects of the field
COPS N’ KIDS ACADEMY
Learning sign language
To help others and make a difference
THE SUPER SIGNING SOCIETY
INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM SOCIETY
Learning journalism skills
Designing a school newspaper
To make a difference in their community or school
Learning the skills of project management
Working on a campus improvement project
Tampa Bay Leadership Cluster
Helping others and making a difference in the community
Learning about The Girl Scouts organization
Making a care package and sending to troops
GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
Learning the skills and processes of professional inventors
Finding solutions to everyday problems
The Challenges & Progression of TDI
Some UT coaches are not familiar with the cluster they are teaching
We are learning too!
Little bit of time to do so much
Learners get frustrated when goals are not met
Once a week
Getting the students excited
Trying to get them to expand their minds and be creative on what they want to accomplish
Keep them on task and always working on something
Engagement & Cooperation
Some clubs are still trying to find a solid classroom to work out of
Three groups in the media center
Testing in some classrooms
Factors that helped us improve
Progression over time
Passion in the learners and the teachers
Many clubs were lacking in supplies
Second week- basic supplies were provided
"Supplies Request" Forms to parents for materials
“You learn something new from your students everyday.”
Familiar with rules &respect them
History of TDI Program
Steven Haberlin, a teacher of gifted students piloted the TDI program last year
In May, Rampello students were surveyed regarding what types of clusters they would be interested in
U.T. coaches were also assigned to clusters based on their interests and experience.
Steven and Dr. Patricia O’Grady, a special education professor at the University of Tampa teamed up to expand the TDI program.
Partnership with the University of Tampa
Participants - 240students
Coaches -40 university students
10 different academic enrichment positive psychology clubs.
TDI Program Today
Participants - 45 students in the school’s gifted program
3 Clubs: Journalism, Lego & Gaming
Coaches - Parent volunteers
IT WAS A SUCCESS !