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  • 1. SEM Triad ModelRenzulli, Joseph S., and Sally M. Reis. The schoolwide enrichment model: a how-toguide for educational excellence. 2nd ed. Mansfield Center, Conn.: Creative Learning Press, 1997.

2. The Triad Model 3. Type I: The SPARK What is your favorite hobby? Sport? Activity? Where did you get the inspiration to pursue this? At some point you were exposed to a topic that sparkedthis interest in you. Often these types of experiences stronglyinfluence our career decisions later in life. 4. TYPE I Type I Enrichment is designed to expose you to a wide variety of topics, ideas, concepts, issues, and events that are not ordinarily covered in the regular curriculum. Its a launching point to pursue further enrichment. 5. 1. Enrich the lives of allstudents by sharingnew experiences withyou. 2. Stimulate new interestsType Ithat might lead to moreintensive (Type III)follow-up activities.Goals 3. Helps me, the teacher,make decisions aboutwhat type ofmeaningful processskills (Type II) activitiesto teach you. 6. What topics will we experience? Topics will come from YOU and ME! Student surveys and suggestions Parents and Teachers Things in our community 7. What does a Type I look like? Guest Speaker Web Site Video Clip Interest Center Field Trip 8. How can I be a part of a Type I? I will make a flyer and pass it out to your teachers. I will also post the upcoming Type I Enrichment Activities on the bulletin board next to the lunch room. Your teachers will decide which students can come. They may choose you or they may ask who is interested and you can ask permission to join. It depends on the day/time/amount of room available. And if you are able to attend based on grades and behavior. 9. Follow Up to the Type I Ms. Klimis will send home a letter talking about the activity you experienced. Included will be some extension ideas. Debrief: We will evaluate the Type I by talking about our feelings on the experience. Was it interesting? Boring? Did you learn anything new? What types of investigations might this lead to? If you are SUPER interested in the topic, you can submit a light bulb for a Type III investigation. 10. Questions or Comments 11. Type IIEnrichment Activities 12. The Triad Model 13. The Know How Type IIs are skills that you need in order to explore a topic further or do an independent investigation (Type III). For exampleyou want to grow a garden. What information or skills do you need to know?Type II SkillsPlanning the steps to create a gardenResearch Skills to get this information:Need to know about plantsWhat climate they grow inWhere to plant themHow often to water themHow to keep away insects 14. Type II Skills Creativity Problem Solving & Decision Making Critical and Logical Thinking Affective Training (understanding yourself) Listening, Observing, Note-taking, Outlining, Research Skills,Presentation Just to name a few! 15. How can I participate in a Type II? You already do! In many cases Teacher Request: you are learning how-to skills in your class. For example: Sometimes there may be aYour teacher has 5 students special Type II offered on working on an in class Friday in the Enrichment enrichment activity. These Room.students read a book and wouldlike to create a play based on a With teacher permission, youchapter in the book, but no one may be able to attend. knows how to write a play. Yourteacher may request a one-timesession for you in theEnrichment Room for learninghow to write a play. 16. Follow Up for Type II Discussion Questions If you are SUPER What did you like best?interested in the topic, you Who would you share this can submit a light bulb skill with? for a Type III investigation. Where can we learn more about this? Are there any careers that this make you think of? Did anyone think of an interesting project that can be pursued on this topic? 17. Questions or Comments 18. Type IIIEnrichment Activities 19. The Triad Model 20. Type IIIIndividual and Small Group Investigations of Real ProblemsStudents think, feel, and act like practicing professionals. 21. What are examples of Type IIIs? Cooking was Gretchenshoppy and she becamefascinated with the foodsmentioned in the LittleWomen novel and learnedhow to recreate therecipes. She thoughtothers may be interestedso she created a cookbookand sent it to the LittleBrown Company who laterpublished it. 22. Example of a Type III Because many of thestreets of Tigard, Oregonwere barely wide enoughfor two cars to pass, thisgroup of students workedwith their teachers to get aballot measure passed thatwould provide bike pathsfor the city. 23. Step 1Fill out and turn in a form to Ms.Klimis. Any time Teachers can also fill one out fora student they would like tosuggest for a Type III 24. Step 2:The Interview with theStudent Looking for students with High Interest Above AverageAbility Creativity TaskCommitment 25. Step 4: Management PlanStep 5: Real-worldinvestigation!Step 3: Accepted into theEnrichment Room for a Type IIIContract for student, parent,teacher, and Ms. Klimis to sign 26. Next Steps: IdentificationTotal talent portfolio