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Lesson Plans


Re: Gifted Curriculum

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Sue Hinkel (shinkel)
Wed, 7 Oct 1998 23:07:01 -0500


Becca,

My Distirct (Mehlville in St. Louis County Missouri in the U.S.A.) has a
visually gifted Art Program. I had to get a Gifted Certification. Ours is
an after school program, 5th-8th.
Contract me later, I am on my way to Missouri Art Educators Fall Workshops.

Sue Hinkel
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> From: GBWOLF
> To: artsednet.edu
> Subject: Gifted Curriculum
> Date: Monday, October 05, 1998 6:19 PM
>
> Our district's scheduling has very limited time with grades 3 and 4 (1
half
> hour session every 6 days). So I see them maybe 28 times a year (if
there
> aren't any conflicting assemblies/field trips/snow days/etc...) I'd like
to
> get more time in with them, but the district isn't interested in hiring
MORE
> SPECIALISTS. Of course.
> We are considering offering a gifted Visual Arts program for grades 3 and
4.
> This would only involve hiring ONE SPECIALIST. I've searched the
archives and
> there's a little bit on gifted and talented. Maybe someone out there can
help
> me out.
> I need some justification for starting up the Gifted program (in addition
to
> what I've found on my own)...any ideas would be welcome.
> Thanks!
> Becca