AIG
Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Program

 

Teacher: Angela Hughes

 

AIG services are provided at each grade level.

 

The AIG teacher offers academic enrichment to K-2 students who demonstrate a need for this service.  The program is called Problem Solvers. This is not formal identification for the AIG program. Instead it provides enrichment for primary students whose needs vary from year to year.

 

In grades 3 and 4, students are cluster grouped with other AIG students in a heterogeneous class. They attend an enrichment class, taught by the AIG Teacher for 45 minutes to one hour each week. Formally identified in the AIG program, these students have demonstrated a definite need for a differentiated curriculum.

 

Curriculum Highlights:

 

4th Grade

 Concept unit based on the environment

 Caesar’s English

 DeBono’s Six Thinking Hats

 Introductions to Six thinking Hats

 PowerPoint

 Gifted Awareness

 Hands-Ons Equations- algebra

 Research focusing on evaluation resources

 Brainstorming

 

3rd grade

 Concept unit based on heroes

 Introduction to Caesar’s English

 Gifted Awareness

 Algebraic Thinking, First Experiences

 PowerPoint

 Research activities

 Brainstorming


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