Research: The National Association for Gifted Children argues that general education programs are not meeting the needs of all students. In response, it promotes gifted education programs, highlighting some of the most important evidence-based methods and practices that can maximize student achievement. They include: pace, appropriate levels of challenge, the reduction of repetition, grouping students by ability level, identifying strategies that work for each child, augmenting the relevance of curriculum, responding to individual needs, and providing appropriate individualized support.
Practice: At Chrysalis we recognize the effectiveness of these techniques not only for gifted children, but for all children. Our individualized approach allows all of our students to benefit from these practices to work toward their own personalized goals. We provide a gifted education for every child.