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Cobb County Elementary Gifted Progress Report. Our Mission Continues to Be…. To prepare gifted students for an ever-changing global marketplace where they must be self-reflective, goal-oriented problem-seekers and solvers.

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our mission continues to be
Our Mission Continues to Be…

To prepare gifted students for an

ever-changing global marketplace where they must be self-reflective,

goal-oriented problem-seekers and solvers

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The ALP Program is process-driven. Our ultimate goal is for students to meet the standards. The content and activities help us reach these goals.

the core of quality instruction
The Core of Quality Instruction
  • In standards-based instruction and assessment:
    • Standards provide the what.
    • Instruction provides the how.
    • Assessments are used to determine the student level of mastery.
new progress report
New Progress Report
  • Aligns with the Gifted Standards
  • The elements increase in complexity with each grade level
  • Contains familiar and new elements
  • Administered quarterly
the standards
THE STANDARDS
  • Cognitive Growth
  • Affective Growth
cognitive growth strands
Cognitive Growth Strands
  • Convergent Thinking
  • Divergent Thinking
  • Evaluative Thinking
  • Relationships/Connections
convergent thinking
Convergent Thinking
  • Students will reason logically using induction, deduction, and abduction.
  • Examples: logic problems, syllogisms, algebraic reasoning, Hands-On Equations
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Convergent Thinking
  • Previous Progress Report:
  • New Progress Report:
divergent thinking
Divergent Thinking
  • Students will think creatively to generate innovative ideas, products, or solutions to problems.
    • Cognitive Components of Creativity: Fluency, Flexibility, Originality, and Elaboration
    • Affective Components of Creativity: Risk-taking, Complexity, Curiosity, and Imagination
  • Examples: brainstorming, transformations, creative problem solving, repurposing items
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Divergent Thinking
  • Previous Progress Report:
  • New Progress Report:
evaluative thinking
Evaluative Thinking
  • Students will evaluate and solve a variety of authentic problems.
  • Examples:
    • Ranking and evaluating the quality of ideas for problem solving (evaluative thinking process)
    • Using and creating rubrics to assess work
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Evaluative Thinking
  • Previous Progress Report:
  • New Progress Report:
relationships and connections
Relationships and Connections
  • Students will make relationships and connections among various topics and disciplines.
  • Examples:
    • Researching real-world topics and making connections to other disciplines
    • Reflecting on societal and/or environmental issues and developing potential solutions
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Relationships and Connections
  • Previous Progress Report:
  • New Progress Report:
affective growth
Affective Growth
  • Self-Reflection
  • Respect for Others
  • Self-Directed Learner
learning skills and behaviors
Learning Skills and Behaviors
  • New Progress Report:
  • Previous Progress Report:
cognitive growth assessment indicators
Cognitive Growth Assessment Indicators
  • (E) Exceeds:When the student has obtained a complete understanding of the element and has repeatedly demonstrated application and inference beyond grade-level expectation
  • (M) Meets : When the student has obtained a complete understanding of the element and has consistently demonstrated independent mastery
  • (P) Progressing: When the student has obtained a basic understanding of the element, but has not yet mastered it consistently and/or independently
  • (D) Does not meet: When the student has not obtained a basic understanding of the element
  • N/A- Element not assessed at this time
learning skills behaviors assessment indicators
Learning Skills & Behaviors Assessment Indicators
  • S = Successfully andconsistently displays appropriate learning skills and behaviors
  • P = Progressing toward consistent display of appropriate learning skills and behaviors
  • N = Needs Improvement to display learning skills and behaviors that lead to success
quarter focus comments and attendance
Quarter Focus, Comments, and Attendance
  • Quarter Focus: Reflects the current topic of study
  • Attendance: Students must attend 65% of classes each quarter to be assessed
  • Comments provide descriptive feedback of your child’s performance
annual review
Annual Review
  • Is completed at the end of the year and determines if gifted services are to be continued the following year.