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    Effingham County offers a variety of programming options for gifted students.  Elementary gifted students are served through a resource model, in which students are grouped with other gifted students one day each week and receive specialized instruction from a gifted endorsed teacher. In addition, many gifted students are also served through cluster grouping and collaboration between the gifted education specialist and the general education teacher.

     

    Gifted education is an integral part of Effingham County’s total educational program.  Gifted students are provided differentiated lessons and challenging educational opportunities, which enhance and extend the Georgia Performance Standards. Students work on higher-level thinking activities using age appropriate materials.  They are provided opportunities for complex, in-depth study designed to build thinking, research, communication, and technology skills. 

     

    In addition, elementary gifted students progress through the Effingham County Gifted Education Curriculum, which provides a continuum of learning experiences to address the sequential and developmental needs of gifted students. Teaching methods include but are not limited to: direct instruction, guided practice, independent assignments, cooperative group activities, learning games, and planned experiences.

     

     Student achievement is evaluated using appropriate and specific criteria based on high expectations.  Evaluation methods include graded work, teacher observation, and student self-evaluation.

     

    If you have questions about the GT program, or about your child's progress in GT, please feel free to contact me.  Email works best, as I stay busy throughout the day working with the studets.  However, I will return a call made to 912-826-4200.

     

    kmcgee@effingham.k12.ga.us

     

     

     

                                 
     
     
Last Modified on September 30, 2019