Welcome to Curriculum Night Tanya Cheeves: 1 , 2 and 4

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Welcome to Curriculum Night
Tanya Cheeves: 1st, 2nd and 4th grades
What Is Gifted?
Operates under the state and county
guidelines to identify and meet the needs of
students who are intellectually and creatively
gifted.
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Is a resource for ALL teachers and staff who
work with these students on a daily basis.
Strives to encourage higher levels of thinking
and performance for ALL students.
1. Gifted students will develop advanced research skills
and methods.
2. Gifted students will develop and practice creative
thinking and creative problem-solving skills with a
variety of complex topics within the area of study.
3. Gifted students will develop and practice critical
thinking skills in the pertinent academic area.
4. Gifted students will develop and practice logical
problem solving skills in the pertinent academic area.
5. Gifted students will develop advanced
communication skills.
6. Gifted students will develop an understanding of self
and how their unique characteristics may influence
interactions with others.
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Check notebooks weekly
ItsLearning
Remind.com
Twitter @TanChee23
Email best way to contact
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Unit:Geography Bee– Social
Studies/Language Arts/Technology
Vocabulary Cartoons
Beginning Analogies
Math Problem Solving & Algebraic Thinking
Logical Problem Solving and Creative
Thinking
PETS: Primary Education Thinking Skills
Computer Science (Code.org)
River of Words (Art and Poetry)
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Unit: Ornithology Science based unit
Logic Puzzles/Critical Thinking Skills
Vocabulary Cartoons
PET Primary Education Thinking Skills
Math Exemplars/Problem Solving
River of Words (Art and Poetry)
Computer Science (Code.org)
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Science Labs/Scientific Process/Lab Report
River of Words: Art and Poetry
Caine’s Arcade: Cardboard Challenge
Challenge Math & Hands-on Equations (Algebraic Thinking)
Vocabulary: Analogy based program
Logic Problem Solving and Critical Thinking
Technology infused 21st century school projects
“Literacy – is not just learning to read a book anymore.”
The way we communicate, read, write, listen, persuade,
learn from others, and accomplish community actions is
changing.” - Educational Leadership, March 2009
Caine’s Arcade SPES
 Bring
your own technology
 Earbuds
 Chargers
 Apps: iMovie/Morfo/i-Nigma/Code.org
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