Welcome to Target!. Presented by Sandie Stegall. Our Mission. To prepare gifted students for an ever-changing global marketplace where innovation is key and where they must be self-reflective, goal-oriented problem-seekers and solvers.
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To prepare gifted students for an ever-changing global marketplace where innovation is key and where they must be self-reflective, goal-oriented problem-seekers and solvers.
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.
Fewer Facets Multi Faceted
More Structured More Open
Aligns with the Gifted Standards
The elements increase in complexity across grade levels
“Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.”
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
Is completed at the end of the year and determines if gifted services are to be continued the following year
Continued eligibility with acceptable progress
Grade 1: P.A.C.E.
Grade 2: P.A.C.E. /Heart
Grade 3: Heart
Grades 4-5: Courage
Raisin’ Brains: Surviving My Smart Family, by Karen L.J. Isaacson
Hoagies Gifted Education Page
Cobb Chapter of the Georgia Association for Gifted Children
Media Center Gifted Resource Library
*Blog: on Teasley website