Advanced curriculum for core classes at Rogers includes:
- Higher levels of Depth & Complexity
- Real-world products & projects
- Compacting of curriculum to adjust to learner needs
- TPSP (Texas Performance Standards Project)
Are GT students clustered together in classes?
Yes, our GT students are clustered together in classes that focus on higher learning standards including Depth and Complexity of subjects of study.
Why does it matter?
Gifted children have needs that require special support as they grow, develop, and reach for their personal best.
Why does GT matter?
- Because gifted students can master regular curriculum in less than half the time of other students.
- Because gifted students need to know adults in their schools believe in and support them.
- Because every child deserves instruction at his or her level.
- Because gifted education is vital for students for find others who think like them.
- Because supporting ALL students means supporting ALL students.
What is gifted? There is no "one size fits all" definition! bit.ly/2ekdP90
Reach out to a G/T teacher who has made a difference in your life! #whyGT
Check out “The Stigmas of Giftedness” by Allison Kinzer. Allison is a 6th grade student sharing the possible misconceptions, stereotypes, and challenges that gifted students may face. She gives insight on how educators, parents, and others should broaden their attitudes toward those considered gifted. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAd08bjAq4A
Have a few more minutes to spare? Check out more wise words from gifted students: “The Gifted Mask: A Student Speaks” http://www.giftedguru.com/the-gifted-mask/
Please take a few moments to share your family’s story of why GT is important to you! #whyGT