Talent Development for Third Grade

Talent Development (3rd grade) 

AIG Specialists in grades 3 work with students to strengthen and develop problem solving skills and higher order thinking. The following list, from the Buncombe County website, lays out the focus of these groups.

● Gain awareness of themselves as individuals who have unique academic and social-emotional needs.
● Engage in meaningful work that strengthens independent, critical, and creative thinking
skills.
● Foster independence in identifying and solving meaningful problems.
● Articulate thoughts and ideas effectively in increasingly complex contexts.
● Think critically about humankind and demonstrate social responsibility in a global
community.
● Collaborate effectively with diverse teams to accomplish a common goal.
● Commit to learning as a lifelong process and demonstrate accountability for one's own
learning.


AIG specialists plan and implement lessons from each of the four AIG Curricular Strands:

❖Social-Emotional Needs of Gifted Learners
❖Humanities/ Literacy
❖Mathematical/ Logical
❖STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics)