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2017-2018 GATE Schedule

PVPUSD Enrichment Program

Phone: 310-541-7626 X 292/293

STEM Lego Robotics

Grade 4

 

Who: GRADE 4 GATE STUDENTS

*** Class is limited to 24 students ***

 

Where: Soleado Elementary School

27800 Longhill Dr., RPV

Room: Monte 1

(Monte 1 - back side of the building on the far right of the campus).

 

Dates: Mondays, March 5, 12, 19, 26

Time: 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Cost: $110.00

 

Instructors: Shannon Bogart

Come build and program a robot using LEGO® Robotics! Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors; program their models; and explore a series of cross-curricular, theme-based activities while developing their skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, as well as language and literacy. Students will use software to program, design, and create a working model, use software to acquire information and feedback to adjust a programming as well as work with simple machines: gears, levers, pulleys, and transmission of motion. This class is for all levels of experience.

 

Registration is online at http://www.pvpusd.k12.ca.us/enrichment

To find the class on the registration page:

Using the pull down menu under "Session,” choose Restricted; under "Category" choose Any;

under "Location Type” choose Any.

 

PVPUSD Enrichment Program

Phone: 310-541-7626 X 292/293

PRINTMAKING

Grades 5, 6, 7

Who: GRADE 5-7 GATE STUDENTS

*** Class is limited to 14 students ***

Where: Ridgecrest Intermediate School, Room 307

28915 Northbay Rd, RPV

Dates: Tuesdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27 (4 weeks)

Time: 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Cost: $110.00

Join us in this creative and unique printmaking art class! Students will create their own masterpieces following the style of famous printmakers such as Hokusai, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein. Students will learn how to use different mediums and materials to create their own printing templates. Using these templates aspiring artists will print works inspired by Andy Warhol’s self-portraits, Hokusai’s Japanese prints, and Roy Lichtenstein’s inspired Pop Art.

Instructors: ACE Enrichment

Registration is online at http://www.pvpusd.net/enrichment

To find the class on the registration page:

Using the pull down menu under "Session,” choose Restricted; under "Category" choose Any;

under "Location Type” choose Any.

 

GATE Advisory Meetings

Malaga Cove Administration and District Office

Community Room

3:30—4:30pm

September 27, 2017

January 17, 2018

April 25, 2018

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Books
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Being Smart About Gifted Children by Joanne Foster, Ed.D.
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Living With Intensity by Susan Daniels, Ph.D., and Michael Peichowski, Ph.D.
Parenting Gifted Kids by James Delisle, Ph.D.
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The Price of Privilege by Madeline Levine, Ph.D.
 
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Research Based Parenting Tips
 
  • Never compare children with siblings or others
  • Never do your child's homework or project
  • Allow downtime
  • Encourage both structured and unstructured activities
  • Join state and national gifted organizations and attend conferences
  • Encourage interests, even those that don't seem "productive" to you
  • The program is worthless if the child does not want to participate
  • Focus on learning instead of grades
  • Encourage effort instead of praising achievement
  • Focus on process of learning instead of just being right
  • Never criticize a creative project for not being perfect
  • Avoid power struggles
 
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