Identification of Gifted Students in Ohio


Presenters: Angela Osborne & Suzanne Palmer
Core Area: Assessment 4.1, 4.2, 4.3; ODE Teacher Competency g; OAGC ID
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

Are you confused about identifying gifted students in your classroom? Thankfully, you don’t have to be. In this 1-hour course, discover what rules and laws exist in the state of Ohio for identifying gifted students and learn how to apply those laws to identify the gifted students in your classroom. Use state-approved tools to recognize the variety of abilities and talents of the gifted students in your classroom.

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Gifted students thrive when they have the support and instruction they need. But the first step to helping gifted students is identifying them. Identifying gifted students can seem tricky, but thankfully there are resources that educators can use to aid them. In this 1-hour course, gifted experts Angie Osborne and Suzanne Palmer will teach educators about the tools that are available to them in the state of Ohio for identifying gifted students and how to use those resources in their classrooms.

Learn about the different areas of giftedness and how to provide individualized support for your gifted students. Ms. Osborne and Ms. Palmer will also provide resources to teachers that they can use to educate parents about gifted students. De-mystify gifted identification and learn how to help your gifted students excel.

In this course you will discover:

  • Assessments and checklists for identifying gifted students in Ohio
  • Four areas of gifted education
  • How to provide equal opportunities for gifted identification
  • A real-life example of a gifted student profile
This course is aligned to ODE Teacher Competency g and to the NAGC Teacher Preparation Standards 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3.

Click here for a leader’s guide created by the Ohio Association for the Gifted and Talented.

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114 reviews for Identification of Gifted Students in Ohio

  1. Elaine – WORTHINGTON CITY (verified owner)

    Very informational for knowing the requirements for gifted placement and identification.

  2. Hannah – NORTHRIDGE LOCAL (verified owner)

    Helps raise awareness of gifted & talented identification process.

  3. Shelley – WESTERN BROWN LOCAL (verified owner)

    This course was helpful to get an overview of gifted testing

  4. Carol Anne – DAYTON CITY (verified owner)

    This course could have covered the content in 20-25 minutes instead of an hour. Also, the documents provided are not in a format that’s easy to highlight or star.

  5. Leah – East Knox Local (verified owner)

    It was good hearing. about what questions others had and how to tell what tests were used for gifted testing.

  6. John – Centerburg Local (verified owner)

    It was informative.

  7. Kelly – CINCINNATI CITY (verified owner)

    This course was informational for those new to giftedness and the state.

  8. Ellen – Centerburg Local (verified owner)

    I learned about identification of gifted students. What tests can be used, and the 4 different area of identification.

  9. Jessica – ELYRIA CITY SCHOOLS (verified owner)

    I learned some new things and it was quick

  10. Julianne – WESTERN BROWN LOCAL (verified owner)

    Informative information.

  11. Sarah – FAYETTEVILLE-PERRY LOCAL (verified owner)

    This course was very helpful in explaining the basics of giftedness and the requirements of educators.

  12. Gabrielle – WESTERN BROWN LOCAL (verified owner)

    This course was helpful in guiding my understanding of the requirements for testing and how to further the process for gifted students.

  13. Sara – 588 Co-op (verified owner)

    This course gave a great information about identifying gifted students and the various assessments used for screening.

  14. Claudia – RIPLEY-UNION-LEWIS-HUNTINGTON LOCAL (verified owner)

    I think this course is vital for any educator because learning about how to identify gifted students is important to ensure their unique needs are met, avoid misidentification or under-identification, tailor instruction, advocate for resources and support, promote equity and fairness, and foster their intellectual and personal growth. Understanding identification processes helps educators provide appropriate programming and create an inclusive learning environment that maximizes the potential of gifted learners.

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