Gifted & Talented Resources
GATE Academic Year Programs
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GATE Saturday School at Lansing Community College
GATE Saturday School provides enrichment opportunities for students who have given evidence of potential in the visual or performing arts, science and technology, as well as for students who have outstanding academic abilities. Click here Gifted and Talented
GATE Scholarship application click here 2013 GATE
Dimensions 2013 is a non-residential program for High Ability Students conducted at Michigan State University. Click here Dimensions
While we will not be holding specific information sessions for our summer programs, ALL academic year information sessions will touch on the summer programs. Students interested in attending our summer programs are encouraged to attend an information session.
A description of all of our programs can be found below or on our website, gifted.msu.edu.
CHAMP, a consortium of the Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Shiawassee Intermediate School Districts in partnership with the Department of Mathematics and University Outreach and Engagement at Michigan State University, provides classroom instruction for qualified mathematically gifted students in grades 7-10.
CHAMP is designed so that the participating students will complete in two years the math content assigned in Michigan High School Content Expectations (HSCE) for all four years of high school as well as meet the Common Core National Standards. In their first year of CHAMP, students study Algebra I and Algebra II. In the second year, CHAMP students study Geometry and a standard pre-calculus course.
ISHALL, a consortium of the Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Shiawassee Intermediate School Districts, in partnership with the Department of English and University Outreach and Engagement at Michigan State University, is providing classroom instruction for qualified language arts students in grades 7-10.
ISHALL is designed so that the participating students will complete in two years the English content assigned in Michigan High School Content Expectations (HSCE) for all four years of high school as well as meet the Common Core National Standards.
LEAF, a consortium of the Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Shiawassee Intermediate School Districts in partnership with the Department of Romance and Classical Languages and University Outreach and Engagement at Michigan State University, is providing classroom instruction for students in grades 7-10 who have advanced skills in language arts/French.
LEAF is designed so that the participating students can complete in two years the French language content assigned in Michigan High School Content Expectations (HSCE) for all four years of high school as well as meet the Common Core National Standards.
|During all three of the academic year information sessions, we will briefly touch on our summer programs as well. Below are the summer programs offered by the Office of Gifted and Talented Education.|
The CSI Forensic Science Crime Scene Program at Michigan State University is a residential program, running from June 22, 2014 – June 28, 2014. The curriculum is intended for academically able students who are currently in grades 7, 8 or 9 and at least 12 years old. All students will be working in a university setting with professionals who work in the field of Forensic Science.
Forensic Science is the application of science for the purposes of law. Students, through a variety of educational presentations and hands-on experiences, will learn how their acquired scientific knowledge can be applied to criminal investigation. Throughout the week, students will have the opportunity to apply their creativity and investigative skills working as a CSI with real crime scene equipment on several mock crime scenes.
Students will be housed in a residential hall on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. The program enrollment is limited to 30 students.
Mathematics Science and Technology (MST)@MSU is a two week residential program for academically talented students who are currently in grade 7, 8 or 9 during the 2013-2014 school year and are a minimum age of 12 years old. The focus is on mathematics, science, and technology, and applications in these areas. The goal is to match the intellectual abilities of talented adolescents with rigorous and challenging course work which provides enrichment, but does not duplicate or accelerate course work that is part of the regular K-12 school curriculum.
During the two weeks (July 13 – July 26, 2014) students will be housed in a residential hall on the campus of Michigan State University. Each student will be assigned a roommate and students cannot choose their own roommates. Students will also be placed in three different instructional groups, allowing many opportunities to establish new friendships and to interact with others in smaller groups.
NUMATS is a research-validated program that utilizes above-grade-level testing to help you understand the educational needs of your child. NUMATS will also help you interpret test results and access quality resources and programs.
Information on NUMATS testing for the 2013-2014 school year will be available by mid-December. Please check back for more information.
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Dansville Schools Gifted & Talented Coordinator
Cori Akers, High School Counselor
517/623-6120 ext 233 email@example.com
Ingham Intermediate School District
Talent Development Programs
Lansing Community College Gifted and Talented Education (GATE)
Michigan Association for Gifted Children
Michigan State University Gifted and Talented Education (GATE)
Kathee McDonald, Director
Northwestern University Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS)
847/491-3782 ext 3