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Gifted & Talented Services

For member districts, the Lake County Educational Service Center provides leadership, consultation and support for the design, implementation, evaluation and coordination of district gifted and talented services and programs through a Gifted Coordinator.

Our mission is to promote and support districts in providing a continuum of high quality services for gifted and talented students throughout their K-12 educational experience.

WE WILL PROVIDE THIS SUPPORT THROUGH THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES:

  • Targeted professional development in areas of identified need which may include:
    • Characteristics and Identification of gifted students (including underrepresented populations)
    • Best practices for instruction of gifted / talented students
    • Federal and State Legislation
    • Data driven instruction
    • Strategies for curriculum differentiation
  • Review and revision of policy and procedures (Identification, Service, Acceleration)
  • Data analysis for program and instructional planning
  • Development of criteria for service and service options based on district gifted population and their needs
  • Curriculum development and materials selection
  • Assistance with EMIS data entry and annual gifted reports for ODE


2010-2011GIFTED DEPARTMENT

  • Development of local opportunities for above level assessment through Midwest Academic Talent Search
  • Biotechnology Module and extensions for 5th grade gifted in collaboration with Porter Science Center
  • Provision of web resources for teachers of gifted

For more information contact:
David Dewey Phone: (440) 251-6064  E-Mail: ddewey@lakeesc.org


UPCOMING EVENTS

Gifted Conferences
2011 OAGC Annual Conference
October 16-18, 2011


COMPETITIONS / OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

WAYS TO PROVIDE ENRICHMENT AND EXTEND CURRICULUM

  • Curriculum differentiation
  • Learning Centers
  • Competitions (all content areas) (Math League, Power of the Pen, Robotics, etc.)
  • Summer Honors Institute and Leadership Institutes
  • Martin W. Essex School for the Gifted
  • Midwest Talent Search
  • Destination Imagination
  • Model United Nations (Jr. High and Sr. High)


GIFTED ORGANIZATIONS

Ohio Association for Gifted Children
Ohio Association for Gifted Children

Center for Talent Development
Midwest Academic Talent Search


ARTICLES / RESEARCH

GIFTED CURRICULUM LINKS

 

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Lake County Educational Service Center
382 Blackbrook Road, Painesville, Ohio 44077
Phone 440-350-2563 / Fax 440-350-2566
Superintendent, Brian Bontempo