GATE stands for Gifted And Talented Education. IVLA refers to its program for gifted students as the GATE program.
Students in the GATE program will have a GATE class notated on their report card.
In a literature circle, students will interact with other GATE students through a supervised application. Each student will have a specified role, and students will read, discuss, and respond about books while engaging in critical thinking and reflection. Literature circles will help students construct meaning [...]
The Depth & Complexity Chart are visual prompts intended to assist students to go beyond surface level understanding of a concept and enhance their ability to think critically. These tools help students dig greater into a concept and understand that concept with greater complexity.
We will select a winner by May 30th, 2020. We will then work with the winner's school to issue the funds, preferably by mid-June, but ultimately determined by the schedule of the school accepting the funds.
You do not have to be an IVLA student to qualify. You simply must have been accepted to an accredited U.S. university, community college, or trade school.
Students in the GATE program will have access to our regular program but will have lessons at a higher cognitive level, participate in additional literacy circles, and have the opportunity to take honors level courses.
Yes, after a review of previous records and report cards.