Elementary School Programs
Middle School Programs
High School Programs
Overview of Elementary Programs
The gifted and talented program
in the elementary school takes place in the regular classroom and radiates
from the existing curriculum. Some part of it affects all students.
Other components are differentiated to provide special opportunities
for identified children.
to Identify and Develop Advanced Capabilities
here for more information on the K-1 Program.
Teachers use special lessons over the course of the school year to observe
for advanced capabilities in kindergarten and first grade students.
Prototypes in Grades 2 - 5
Teacher uses established curriculum to provide specialized introductory
lessons for all students.
Students participate in differentiated lessons. These include individual
and group training activities which promote critical and creative thinking,
and enhance problem-solving skills.
Selected students, through in-depth study, create an original product and
present their results to an interested, authentic audience.
Instruction in Grades K-5
Teacher matches instruction and assessment to individual student needs
Teacher uses a variety of instructional techniques and resources to challenge
Teacher pacing of the curriculum matches the student's ability in a given
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Overview of enrichment prototypes
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
2644 Riva Road
Annapolis, MD 21401
Last updated September, 2002
Gifted/Talented/Advanced Programs Office