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EXTENDED LEARNER PROGRAM (ELP)


HIGH SCHOOL E.L.P.

GRADE: 9-12
SEMESTERS: 1
CREDIT: ½
OFFERED: 1st and/or 2nd Semester
PREREQUISITE: Formal admission to E.L.P.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The Extended Learner Program is developed to provide the types of educational experiences that hold the greatest potential for meeting individual needs. The central core of the high school program will be to focus on the five dimensions of the Autonomous Learner Model. In addition, students will have opportunities to participate in co-curricular activities, programs, and contests which address their differential abilities, talents or interests. The class meets weekly.

AREAS OF STUDY:
8. Orientation:
    a. Understanding giftedness
    b. Group building activities
    c. Self-understanding
    d. Program opportunities and responsibilities
9. Individual Development:
    a. Learning skills
    b. Creative thinking
    c. Interpersonal skills
    d. Career involvement
10. Enrichment Activities
    a. Explorations
    b. Investigations
    c. Cultural activities
    d. Service project
    e. Adventure trips
11. Seminars
    a. Futuristic
    b. Problematic
    c. Controversial
    d. General interest
    e. Advanced knowledge
12. In-Depth Study
    a. Individual projects
    b. Group projects
    c. Mentorship
    d. Presentations
    e. Evaluation

PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES:
1. Individual Development: to understand gifts and talents and how they affect self & others
2. Critical Thinking: to develop higher level thinking and questioning skills
3. Creative Thinking: to develop creative thinking skills and problem solving skills and abilities
4. Research: to utilize the research skills necessary for independent, lifelong learning
5. Communication: to use a variety of communication techniques to convey information and ideas
6. Community Involvement: to expand student’s knowledge through the use of community resources


JR. HIGH E.L.P.

GRADE: 7-8
SEMESTERS: 1
CREDIT: 0
OFFERED: 1st and/or 2nd Semester
PREREQUISITE: Formal admission to E.L.P.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The Southeast Warren Extended Learning Program is developed to provide the types of educational experiences that hold the greatest potential for meeting individual needs. The students will have opportunities to participate in co-curricular activities, programs, and contests which address their differential abilities, talents or interests.

AREAS OF STUDY:
7th Grade:
1. National History Day competition
2. Classic Novel
3. Individual & Group Projects

8th Grade:
1. Understanding Giftedness
2. Career search
3. Classic Novel
4. Individual & Group Projects

PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES:
1. Individual Development: to understand gifts and talents and how they affect self & others
2. Critical Thinking: to develop advanced thinking strategies for a variety of situations
3. Creative Thinking: to develop and demonstrate creative behaviors
4. Research: to utilize the research skills necessary for independent, lifelong learning
5. Communication: to use a variety of communication techniques to convey information and ideas
6. Community Involvement: to expand student’s knowledge through the use of community resources

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