2017-18 Gifted and Talented Program Approval Application
Due October 15th
Email address
General Information
School District Name
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School District LEA Number
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Gifted and Talented (GT) Administrator/Coordinator's Name as it appears on Arkansas Teaching License (6.01,6.02,6.03)
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List the names of all additional licensed GT teachers or teachers on an approved Additional Licensure Plan (ALP) for GT providing direct services to GT students as the name appears on the teacher's Arkansas Teacher License.
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Advanced Placement (AP) Coordinator's Name (provide the names of each high school's AP Coordinator)
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AP Coordinator's Email (provide email for each coordinator)
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AP Coordinator's Phone Number (provide number for each AP coordinator)
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List any changes from previous GT services or policies regarding Community Involvement (4.0); Staff Development (5.0); Personnel (only GT Administrator/Coordinator or GT Teachers) (6.0); Identification (7.0); Program Options (8.0); Curriculum (9.0); Evaluation (10.0).
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Gifted and Talented Services for 2017-18
Complete the descriptions of ONLY those program options listed below that are used by the school district to serve students through enrichment, acceleration, and guidance (8.04,8.05).
List each grade level served through Whole Group Enrichment (elementary K-2/3, or when used in conjunction with other program options in grades beyond grade 3); the number of minutes of weekly service, the type(s) of teachers delivering service (licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT, Classroom Teacher, Classroom Teacher with ADE approved training); how delivery of services is divided if delivered by multiple types of teachers; the assurance written documentation is available that the program option was developed in consultation with the GT Administrator/Coordinator, and a written plan of curriculum enrichment includes data (student actions/responses) collected for long-term identification for GT services (p.22, GT Standards).
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List each grade level served through Resource Room, the number of identified students served in each grade, and the number of minutes of weekly service provided by a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT onsite or at a resource center (p.23, GT Standards) .
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List each grade level served through Pre-Advanced Placement courses; the content areas offered; the number of identified students served in each grade level; the assurance teachers of the courses have current Pre-AP or AP training in the content area being taught or a current Additional Training Plan (ATP); and the assurance a licensed GT teacher maintains oversight of student activities and works with classroom teachers to document differentiation. (p.23, GT Standards).
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List each grade level served through Advanced Placement courses; the number of identified students in each grade level; the content areas offered; the assurance teachers of the courses have current AP training in the AP course being taught or a current Additional Training Plan (ATP) for the course; the assurance a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT maintains oversight of student activities and works with classroom teachers to document differentiation; and the course is approved by the College Board (pp.23-24, GT Standards).
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List each grade level served through Course Content (secondary); the number of identified students served in each grade level; the core content areas offered; the assurance teachers of the courses have had the ADE approved training, "Teaching the Gifted in Secondary Content Classes," or Pre-AP or AP training in the area taught; the assurance documentation of differentiation is collected quarterly under the oversight of a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT; and meetings are held by a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT with identified students monthly (p.21, GT Standards).
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List each secondary grade level served through a special class (one not normally offered in high school which may be interdisciplinary in nature) or GT Seminar class (course number 596100, or 970800 for 8th grade or below), the number of identified students served in each grade by a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT, and the assurance documentation of differentiation is available (p.24, GT Standards).
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List the grade levels and number of identified students in each grade served through Acceleration of content classes and/or grade level (p.22, GT Standards).
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List the grade level and number of identified students served through Cluster Grouping in a regular classroom by licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT (p.21, GT Standards).
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List the grade level and number of identified students served through the Consultant Teacher model who meet with a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT regularly who designs differentiated activities to meet the needs of the students; the number of minutes of service per week; and the assurance the GT teacher works with the regular classroom teacher in delivering services to identified gifted students by developing management plans, providing demonstration lessons in the classroom, and supervising gifted students’ progress (p.21, GT Standards).
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List each grade level served through a Self-contained Classroom (elementary) by a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT providing instruction in all basic subject areas, the number of identified students served in each grade, and the assurance documentation of differentiation is available (p.23, GT Standards) .
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List each grade level served through Honors and Advanced classes (secondary), the content areas offered, the number of identified students served in each grade level, and the assurance documentation of differentiation is available for oversight by a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT (p.23, GT Standards).
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List each grade level served through a special school or school-within-a-school for gifted students, the number of identified students served at each grade level, and taught by a licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT (p.24, GT Standards) .
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List each grade level served through a Magnet school (or component within a school), and the number of identified students served at each grade level (p.24, GT Standards) .
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List each grade level served through Mentorship (secondary) where an identified student works on a regular basis with an adult resource person with expertise matched to student interest. A licensed GT teacher or a teacher on an approved ALP for GT maintains oversight of student activities and works with mentors to document differentiation (p.24, GT Standards).
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List each grade level served through Endorsed Concurrent Enrollment Courses (secondary), the number of identified students served at each grade level, and the assurance students who complete a course will qualify for academic credit in high school and the institution of higher education (p.24, GT Standards).
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Provide information about any other GT service provided by the school district that was not included in the program option descriptions listed above including the grade levels served, the number of identified students served (or the number of students if service occurs prior to formal identification), and the type of teacher providing the service.
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Evaluation Summary
Provide a summary of the evaluation findings that have been compiled and analyzed about all components of the GT program (10.03,10.05).
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Submitting the GT Program Approval Application
Entering the name of the person submitting this GT Program Approval Application on the line below indicates the information in the application is correct to the best of the GT Coordinator's knowledge.
Name of person submitting the GT Program Approval Application
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All other evidence verifying compliance with Arkansas GT Program Approval Standards must be available on site (see evidence verifying compliance in GT Standards). The GT Coordinator may receive an email if there are any questions about the information submitted. The GT Coordinator and the superintendent will receive emails indicating approval of the district's GT program as soon as possible. If a district is receiving a technical assistance visit (TAV) during the school year, program approval will not occur until after the visit.
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