This course’s purposes are to achieve the goals set forth by the Texas Performance Standards Project and capture the high levels of achievement that gifted and talented students are able to exhibit through a research project of the student’s choosing. This is essentially an independent research class. The skills learned in this class will help all students be successful in all classes at Carnegie, especially in college.
Asking questions and exploring possibilities are two of the key components of being gifted and talented. This course will allow Carnegie students to delve into the thing that sets them apart from all other schools – being GT. How exciting is it to be able to have class time to research in depth a topic that has always been an interest but has never been able to be a part of other classes? Now students have the time to study a subject that they care about and that they choose.
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