Gifted & Talented

Gifted education
is a broad term for special practices, procedures and theories used in the education of children who have been identified as gifted or talented in grades 3-12.

What does Gifted Education look like in the classroom?

Students may participate in gifted learning in a variety of ways including; differentiated instruction, curriculum compacting, enrichment, acceleration, pull-out programs, small cluster grouping, and independent study.

What programs and advanced curriculum are offered at Medway Middle School?
Students may participate in an advanced math pullout, setting them on the accelerated track in high school math. In high school, students are offered advanced courses in Honors Literature, Honors History and Government, Calculus, Physics, and Statistics with the opportunity to gain college credit with a placement exam. Just imagine! Your child could graduate with a full semester of college credits!

Where can I gain more information on GT Education?
Maine Dept of Ed - Gifted & Talented
Maine Educators of Gifted and Talented
Davidson Institute
National Association for Gifted Children

Contact Information:
Jesse Page,
GT Coordinator
(207) 746-3470

GT Committee:
Jesse Page, Coordinator

Dawn Pray, Principal

Jesse Page,
Sep 21, 2012, 5:35 PM