Filed under: NYC Gifted and Talented Program | Tags: Gifted and talented ciriculum, OLSAT test prep, PS 33 Chelsea Prep
If you have questions or comments regarding the NYC gifted and talented program et me know. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks – Michael
We visited our child’s G&T class at PS 33 Chelsea Prep for parents of gifted and talented students and teacher/principal meeting. Overall, we are extremely pleased with the teacher and principal Lindy. The principal stood before us and explained the expectations of parents for the gifted and talented program. I have to admit, the expectations are extremely high for parent involvement but I prefer that than low expectations for parent involvement. Principal Lindy told us about the math and reading ciriculum then she told us the children have special instruction in robotics! The school found a robotics expert to come into the class to teach the children the fundamentals of robotics. Each child will have their own robotics project to learn the mechanics and creativeness of robotics. Needless to say, we were amazed that this will be available for our child in kindergarten during regular class time.
Even after 3 short weeks we are simply amazed at the progress our child has made. Every morning our child runs out of bed to read books and then yesterday wrote 2 picture stories prior to going to school. All of this without any prompting from us. The creativity in the learning really has impressed me to no end and the G&T teacher at PS 33 is well, simply amazing!
The NYC Dept. of Education posted the dates for gifted and talented so now is the time to do OLSAT test prep for your gifted and talented child. The test dates will be in January and February 2010 so now is the time to start OLSAT test prep for your child. If you’d like 6 free sample OLSAT test prep questions please email me at email@example.com. These are from a new OLSAT test prep book that just got launched a month ago that’s really well done.
As a reminder, I now cross-post my blog on GothamSchools.org site under the Community tab. GothamSchools.org provides great insights to the overall education ins and outs for NYC. I highly recommend it if you’re needing information at the aggregate level. I also have another blog where you can find some great items to OLSAT test prep your child.
If you have questions or comments regarding OLSAT test prep let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks – Michael
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