Gifted and Talented Program

The KISD gifted program is based on the cluster-grouping model, where groups of at least 4-8 gifted students are assigned GT classroom teachers (elementary) who have completed the state required 30 hour foundational gifted education training. Clustering provides opportunities for gifted students to work with other gifted students in flexible groups, with other students, and work independently. The campus GT Advocate collaborates with the classroom educator to support differentiation in learning design so gifted learners are provided opportunities to develop advanced skills in mathematics, language and literacy, social studies, and science.

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