**Transfer students who qualified GT in another may be reassessed by the screening committee and must meet BISD criteria to be identified GT in the district.
We believe that students possess intellectual, creative, socio-affective, perceptual-motor, and other abilities. With these basic abilities the child interacts with teachers or parents and participates in learning, training, and practice events. With encouragement and support, a child's talents emerge from these experiences.
We provide enrichment services for all children in grades K-5. All students receive enrichment services by the GT teacher through the Makerspace Program.
Makerspace is modeled around the STEAM curriculum based on the idea of educating students in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics using an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach these areas as separate and discrete subjects, STEAM integrates them into a cohesive learning model based on world experiences, challenges, and application of knowledge. Projects are engaging, and encourage students to problem solve by thinking critically and creatively. Content knowledge is explored through hands-on experiments and challenges.
Bosqueville GT information ** GT Identification Process **
GT identified students in grades 1 through 5 will be served in a grade-level weekly pull-out class. GT students will be encouraged to participate in UIL competitions, Duke Talent Identification Program, Baylor UYP, individual contracts, and other GT programs or activities offered. In addition to the pull-out class, GT students work on independent projects and meet with the GT coordinator to create an enrichment activity program log/contract.
Data used in the screening process may include, but will not be limited to the
1. Teacher rating scales
3. Gifted and Talented Screening
4. Parent inventory scales
5. Student work/creativity tests
6. Achievement scores
Middle School and High School
In middle school and high school, differentiation activities in the classroom are provided from teachers who have gifted and talented training. High school students receive services in honors classes and through AP and dual enrollment classes.
Secondary students may have in-class and out-of-class learning opportunities such as:
In-Class: AP classes, Dual Enrollment, Independent study/projects, Multi-media projects
TX Performance Standards Projects
Out-of-Class: UIL Academic participation, Leadership Activities, Extracurricular Activities/Groups, School Clubs, Community Service