* 1. At what level do you work with students?

* 2. I know where to access a copy of the school district policy and procedures for gifted student identification.

* 3. The district takes referrals for the identification of GT students at least once a year.

* 4. The district uses at least 3 criteria in the assessment process for identification for GT students.

* 5. Nominations are open to all students, (K-12), regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status or other identified exceptionalities.

* 6. Kindergarten students are nominated and assessed for identification in the primary talent pool.

* 7. Identified GT students have the opportunity to receive gifted services in pre-college prep, college prep (CP), Advanced Placement (AP) and/or dual enrollment classes at the middle and high school level.

* 8. Gifted students have the opportunity to work with other gifted students.

* 9. I would like to have professional development opportunities in the area of curriculum differentiation and social/emotional needs of gifted students.

* 10. I am familiar with service options available for formally identified GT students.  Acceleration, Advanced Placement, Consultation/Collaborative, special counseling, differentiated instruction, cluster grouping, enrichment services, Independent study, Resource pull out, Seminars & Travel Study.

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