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  1. PROJECT EXCEL Providing challenging learning experiences for ALL students Cuyahoga Falls City Schools Board of Education Meeting April 11, 2011

  2. Our PROJECT EXCEL Team: Gifted Intervention Specialists (GIS) Cheryl Beisel – Pull-out and Enrichment at Lincoln and Preston Elementaries Leslie Dougherty – Enrichmentat DeWitt, Price, Richardson, and Silver Lake Elementaries Karen Rumley – Gifted Services Coordinator Lori Jordan – Co-Teaching Enriched Language Arts and Enrichment at Bolich and Roberts Middle Schools: (BMS)Wendy Tornichio, Debi Hackley (RMS)Teri Imhoff, Kathy Eader Courtney Rubino (RMS) Julie Dudones (RMS) Melanie Wilkins (BMS) – Self-Contained/ GIS Enriched Language Arts

  3. WHY… • “Excellence in education is when we do everything that we can to make sure they become everything that they can.” − Carol Ann Tomlinson • "Expecting all children the same age to learn from the same materials is like expecting all children the same age to wear the same size clothing."–Madeline Hunter • “I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” – Albert Einstein

  4. Giftedness in OHIO Identification Areas IDENTIFICATION and SERVICE defined by ORC 3324.01-.07 and OAC 3301-51-15 Source: expressiveepicurean.wordpress.com

  5. Giftedness in OHIO Identification at CFCSD IDENTIFICATION and SERVICE defined by ORC 3324.01-.07 and OAC 3301-51-15

  6. Giftedness in OHIO Opportunities at CFCSD IDENTIFICATION and SERVICE defined by ORC 3324.01-.07 and OAC 3301-51-15

  7. Giftedness in OHIO IDENTIFICATION and SERVICE defined by ORC 3324.01-.07 and OAC 3301-51-15

  8. Elementary SERVICE Model: Grades 3-5: Students identified as Superior Cognitive (score 130+) and one Specific Academic Area Pull-out once per week at Lincoln Elementary GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! ELEMENTARY PULL-OUT – Grades 3-5 Cheryl Beisel

  9. Elementary ENRICHMENT: Students identified in one or more Specific Academic Area In-class and Pull-out Enrichment coordinated with classroom teachers GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! ELEMENTARY ENRICHMENT – Grades 1-5 Cheryl Beisel & Leslie Dougherty

  10. CO-TEACHING SERVICE – Lori Jordan Students identified as Superior Cognitive (130+) Enriched Language Arts: 6th grade (BMS- Wendy Tornichio and RMS- Teri Imhoff); 7th grade (BMS- Debi Hackley) GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! MIDDLE SCHOOL SERVICE – Lori Jordan, Courtney Rubino, Julie Dudones, Melanie Wilkins

  11. GIS SERVICE – Courtney Rubino, Julie Dudones, Melanie Wilkins Students identified as Superior Cognitive (130+) Enriched Language Arts: 7th grade (RMS- Courtney Rubino); 8th grade (BMS- Melanie Wilkins and RMS- Julie Dudones) GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! MIDDLE SCHOOL SERVICE– Lori Jordan, Courtney Rubino, Julie Dudones, Melanie Wilkins

  12. ENRICHMENT– Lori Jordan Co-Teaching High Language Arts 7 (Kathy Eader- RMS) Enrichment Seminars: Seminars for students identified in any area GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! MIDDLE SCHOOL ENRICHMENT – Lori Jordan

  13. Seminar: Fire Safety: The Science Behind Invention GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! MIDDLE SCHOOL ENRICHMENT – Lori Jordan

  14. Advanced Coursework Advanced Placement Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Enriched Level Courses Credit Flexibility Extra- and Co-curricular activities Academics - Visual & Performing Arts - Special Interest GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! HIGH SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES

  15. Identification Differentiation of Instruction and Assessment/90-10 Acceleration and Options Enrichment Project (HS Core) Curricular Development RtI (Response to Intervention) Co-Teaching and Inclusion GREAT STUFFwe are doing at CF!! PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  16. PLANS for 2011-12 • Continue Pull-out Model for grades 3-5 • Continue Co-Teaching Model in MS for ELA; encourage teachers to acquire licensure/ endorsement to open up additional gifted curricular opportunities with existing staff • Modify Elementary Enrichment model • Expand MS Seminars (2-4/ year) • Expand MS Enrichment/ collaboration • Incorporate Gifted interests seamlessly into RtI frameworks • Create tools to track performance data on identified students • Continue/ expand Professional development in Nature of Giftedness & Differentiation Strategies • Continue to revise website and communication tools

  17. Resources and Events • The PROJECT EXCEL district web page (Gifted and Talented: http://www.cfalls.org/content_page.aspx?schoolid=0&cid=196 ) -through the page for the Dept. of Teaching and Learning. • ODE Resources: www.ode.state.oh.us ; “Gifted Education” is under Learning Supports • The OHIO ASSOCIATION for GIFTED CHILDREN (OAGC) is the foremost professional, support, and advocacy organization in the state. (www.oagc.com). • Hoagies for Gifted—all things gifted! (www.hoagiesgifted.org) • PARENT EVENT – November 7, 2011 – Hosted by local Summit Area Gifted Educators (SAGE) consortium

  18. Thank you for your ongoing support! Karen E. Rumley Coordinator of Teaching and Learning/ Gifted Services cf_rumley@cfalls.org