Identifying REACH Students
What indicators may describe a student needing program services?
The student may:
- Be unusually curious and/or persistent.
- Have an unusually large vocabulary for age.
- Display long-term recall of much information.
- Learn to read on their own.
- Possess a keen sense of humor.
- Show unusual independence for age.
- Be creative and imaginative beyond age mates.
- Tend to be a perfectionist.
- Sustain interest in one or more fields of knowledge over years.
- Have self-directed interests.
- Easily master intellectual skills.
- Be interested in and concerned about community/world problems.
- Often be self-critical and overly sensitive.
- Continually question the status quo.
- Apply learning from one situation to another.
- Solve problems in a unique manner
- Have different behavior style.
- Enjoy reading about a wide range of topics.
- Reason abstractly.