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  1. A Summary Understanding G/T Test Scores Summarized by Jodi Dodd GT Coordinator ACE

  2. Kentucky State Law Requirements: Students in Gifted programming should show giftedness in at least one of the following:

  3. PRIMARY LEVEL: Before 4th Grade • Primary Talent Pool (PTP) In Kentucky, all schools must have an informal selection process at the primary level, supported by teacher recommendation, and a committee. • Students must have 3 of the following: • A collection of evidence demonstrating student performance • Inventory checklists of behaviors specific to giftedness. • Diagnostic data • Continuous progress data • Anecdotal records • Available formal test data • Parent interview or questionnaire • Review from a committee recommendation • Petition system and other valid reliable documentation

  4. AFTER 4th GRADE: Formal Identification • The selection process for QUEST • begins when the student is in • 4th grade. (Testing in 3rd grade.) • 3 pieces of documentation for this • level are also needed. • The difference: One of these MUST be a score of 96 or above on a • nationally normed test: • Met 8/Stanford (Academic) OR OLSAT (General Intellect) • AND 2 of the Following Pieces of Evidence:

  5. The Big Tests: What information is on these Tests: Stanford or Metropolitan 8 Academic Achievement: What kids know about school subjects: Reading/Vocab Math/Computation/Problem Solving Language/Grammar Yield: Levels of Specific Areas as well as Total Battery (everything together) Otis Lenon (OLSAT) General Intellectual: Assess abilities a student perceives, recognizes and remembers: Relationships between words Recall Following Directions Detecting Likenesses Solving Math Critical Thinking Problem Solving YIELD: National Comparison by AGE

  6. The Big Tests: How to Read Test Results: Eligibility for QUEST: Stanford: 96% on TB or PB OR OLSAT: 96% on NP by AGE

  7. FCPS Options Qualified? Now what? 3rd, 4th, 5th: Quest at ACE, Ashland Accelerated Cluster, SCAPA Middle School: Winburn Accelerated Cluster High School: Henry Clay HS SCAPA Dunbar HS

  8. Use the Website Athens-Chilesburg Website Staff Jodi Dodd http://staff.fcps.net/jdodd/

  9. Sternberg, R. J., Grigorenko, E. L., Torff, E. L., & Jarvin, L. (2004). Modern theories of intelligence applied to assessment of abilities, instructional design, and knowledge-based assessment. Storrs, CT: The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, University of Connecticut. Coleman. L.J.; & Cross, T. L. (2005). Being Gifted in School. (2nd edi.) Waco, TX: Prufrock Press. Kentucky State Law: 704KAR, 3:285, Programs for the gifted and Talented. www.lrc.state.ky.us/kar/704/003/285 Sources