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AIG Presentation- click link to view some of our projects


2017-2018 AIG 6th grade


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North Carolina School of Science and Math


click the link below to find out more information on the summer program at the School of Science and Math

Helpful Websites and Resources


Gifted Activity Design and Multi-subject Resources -

Beyond Bloom - A New Version of the Cognitive Taxonomy -

a comprehensive overview of both taxonomies in a

Wikipedia type format 

by Mary Forehand at the University of Georgia. Problem based learning

resources Gifted lessons in all s

ubject areas

Language Arts
Provides activities in all subject areas including


End of Grade assessments. Comprehensive resource

for developing deep understanding and meeting

cognitive demand.   Paideia is active learning—

fostering critical and creative thinking through 

Socratic seminar,

intellectual coaching, and mastery of information.

Mathwire - is designed to provide

activities and

appropriate worksheets for teachers to use

in their classrooms.  

All activities and worksheets support the

constructivist approach

to learning mathematics and the NCTM Standards. 
BrightStorm -  

Math Teaching Videos:  This site contains

over 2000 free

teaching videos on topics from Algebra

I through Calculus.
MathTV More Math

Teaching Videos

:  This site also contains free teaching

videos on topics from

Basic Math through Calculus.
Yummy Math - An excellent website for

real-world applications -

 This site has NC math essential standards for

grades K-8 along with other resources 

provides enrichment lessons, units and

interactive games Dan Meye

r published his entire 

38 week Algebra curriculum complete

with slides, handouts,

and just about everything you need in order to deliver

the lessons.

You can download each week individually 

or download the entire collection as one file. Dan Meyer also

has his entire 

38 week Geometry curriculum available for free.

Again, you

can download each week individually or download the entire

collection as one file.
Conceptua Math - is a provider of interactive visual

mathematics lessons

Conceptua Math's primary focus is on the


of tools to aid teachers in the instruction of

lessons on fractions.

 Conceptua Math's offerings are a mix of free and

premium (paid) tools.

There are a total of fifteen free interactive tools fo

r teachers and students. 
Free Tools for Teachers 
Math Live is a neat mathematics website developed by

Learn Alberta

Math Live presents students with animated stories that

teach mathematics

lessons. In all there are twenty-three lessons for elementary

school and middle

school students. The lessons are divided into four categories;

Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space,

Statistics and Probability.

Each animated lesson is accompanied by a mathematics

worksheet that

students complete either while watching the lesson or after

viewing the lesson.

Each lesson is divided into sections and students can

advance or rewind as needed.


Ten Marks - Ten Marks, an online mathematics

tutoring service,

offers a free program for teachersTen Marks for educators

 is designed

to be a supplement to classroom instruction.

There are tools for enrichment

and review. an assessment tool for teachers

in all subject areas
Calculate Pi by Throwing Frozen Hot Dogs -
Investing for Kids
What are Exchange Traded Funds? What is the difference

between a spread

and a bid? What do banks do with the money that you

deposit and what does

the FDIC have to do with it? How is coin and paper money

really made? What is

the difference between CDs and bonds? Features on this

Web site include kid-friendly

tips on avoiding identity theft, the basics of investing, how

to create a budget,

and how the stock market works.
The Smithsonian for Students - 
If the movie Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

whetted your appetite

to learn more about the Smithsonian Museum collection,

then this site will get you

super excited.
BrightStorm - 

  Science Teaching Videos: 

This site contains hundreds of free teaching videos on topics

in Biology, Chemistry

, and Physics.   This website will help students

learn how to do

a science experiment and to find many ideas for science

experiments. All of the

science experiments are rated on a scale of 1-10 according

to difficulty. Resources

for teachers and parents are available videos, pictures and lessons

Winter Olympics  LOTS

of information and

activities on the Olympics, including clipart, history, hands

on activities, vocabulary,

interactive sites for students, lesson plans, webquests, etc.  Most appropriate for

grades 6-12, but can be

used with 4th/5th gifted students. This site is a great way 

to have science integration.

short videos on the science involved with 16 major events

of the winter olympics.

NBC Learn interviews athletes, coaches, and scientists

in this original 16-part series,

and unravels the physics, biology, chemistry, and materials

engineering behind the

Olympic Winter Games. The Science of the Olympic Winte

r Games is made possible

through a partnership with the National Science Foundation.




2018 Youth Ocean Conservation Summit


For more information, visit

For additional questions, contact Program Director, Leslie Smith, at


Click here to find out if you qualify


High-achieving 7th grade students with financial need are encouraged to apply. Cooke Young Scholars will receive:


  • Academic and college counseling, including college tours and visits
  • Financial support for academic and extracurricular enrichment, including study abroad and internships
  • A guided pathway to college success
  • A community of ambitious peers and mentorship opportunities 

The Stock Market Game Tutorial

What AIG looks like at BCMS

AIG Services

At BCMS, the AIG Specialist works with classroom teachers to add enrichment activities to the regular classroom curriculum. AIG students are grouped in clusters in Math and English Language Arts to create an accelerated learning environment. In addition, AIG students attend weekly enrichment sessions for a minimum of 45 minutes. Through enrichment sessions, students will: 

  • Gain awareness of themselves as individuals who have unique academic and socio-emotional needs
  • Participate in activities that develop independent, critical, & creative thinking skills 
  • Develop independence in identifying and solving meaningful problems 
  • Begin developing mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills that call for authentic application of concepts in non-practiced contexts
  • Develop their desire and ability to communicate intelligibly and creatively
  • Develop the ability to think critically about humankind and demonstrate social responsibility in a global community 
  • Develop the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse teams to accomplish a common goal 
  • Monitor one’s own understanding and learning needs and demonstrate commitment to learning as a lifelong process 
  • Apply higher level thinking by expanding concepts and skills in the following areas: Information Literacy, Media Literacy, and Technology Literacy

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