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Agenda. Overview of AAP Levels of Service Fall Ability Testing Level IV Fall Screening (for students new to FCPS) Level IV Spring Screening Timeline. Critical and Creative Thinking Strategies Grades K-6 Level I. Critical and Creative Thinking Lessons Grades K-6 Level I.

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Agenda

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  • Overview of AAP Levels of Service

  • Fall Ability Testing

  • Level IV Fall Screening (for students new to FCPS)

  • Level IV Spring Screening Timeline


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Critical and Creative Thinking Strategies

Grades K-6

Level I


Critical and creative thinking lessons grades k 6 level i

Critical and Creative Thinking LessonsGrades K-6Level I

  • Open-ended lessons are designed to develop critical and creative thinking skills.

  • Strategies are embedded in lessons across all subject areas and grade levels.

  • Responses to lessons are used to identify and nurture gifted potential.


Differentiated lessons in areas of academic strength grades k 6 level ii

Differentiated Lessons in Areas of Academic StrengthGrades K-6Level II

  • Differentiation provides challenging content, assignments, resources and flexible instructional groupings in one or more areas of identified academic strength.

  • Instruction provided by the teacher in the classroom.

  • AART collaborates with classroom teacher to provide additional extension and enrichment resources.


Part time advanced academic program grades 3 6 level iii

Part-Time Advanced Academic ProgramGrades 3-6Level III

  • Identified students are challenged through models and strategies designed to extend and enrich the curriculum.

  • Direct services may take the form of the AART co-teaching in the classroom or working with pull-out groups.


Full time advanced academic program level iv

Full-Time Advanced Academic ProgramLevel IV

  • The full-time advanced academic program is differentiated in all core subject areas.

  • Provides an appropriate level of challenge for highly gifted learners with a strong emphasis on critical and creative thinking, and problem-solving.

  • Mathematics curriculum is accelerated by one grade level and readings and resources that are used in other subject areas are also presented at advanced levels.


Testing schedule 2014 2015

Testing Schedule 2014-2015

  • Testing Windows–

    October 15-25, 2014

    FCPS CogAT-Custom Form Grade 2 test administered to all Second graders

    Cognitive Abilities Test administered to specific grade 3-7 students

    November 17-21, 2014

    Naglieri Nonverbal Test (NNAT) administered to specific students in grades 2-7

    February 9-13, 2015

    Naglieri Nonverbal Test (NNAT) administered to all students in grade 1


Level iv identification schedule for fall 2014

Level IV Identification Schedule for Fall 2014

  • OCTOBER 24Deadline to submit AAP Level IV Referralform to AART. Applies only to students enrolled in FCPS after January 2014

  • FEBRUARY 3Eligible students grades 3-8 begin attending full-time (Level IV) center


Level iv identification schedule for spring 2014

Level IV Identification Schedule for Spring 2014

  • January 2015AAP office mails letters to parents of students found eligible for consideration for Level 4 services based on results of CogAT and NNAT testing (“the Pool”).

  • February 3, 2015AAP Level IV ReferralForm and optional materials due to AART for students in grade 2 who are not in the pool, and students in grades 3-7

  • Late AprilAAP office mails decision letters to parents

  • Fall 2015Eligible students grades 3-8 begin attending full-time (Level IV) center in 1st semester


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