Teaching and Learning Gifted Education

Gifted Education

The mission of education is to provide opportunities for students of different abilities to realize their individual potential. While gifted students have higher abilities, we believe that each student is unique and has different talents and potential. We are willing to grow together with our teachers and students in pursuing the ideal qualities of students in CCCKLC. In particular, we focus on the cultivation of higher-order thinking, such as creativity, and encourage students to actively learn, pursue knowledge, and develop problem-solving skills.

Through activities and training inside and outside the classroom, we aim at inspiring our students so that students of different gifted aspects are nurtured in their academic, social, and emotional development happily during the process. The setting of the school-based gifted education curriculum mainly focuses on training the generic skills of students in junior forms, such as self-management ability, problem-solving ability and creativity, etc. By enabling the development of a more robust foundation in their abilities, our students can face the challenges of the new senior secondary school curriculum and develop potential as they enjoy their secondary education.


School-based Gifted Education Policy

The definition of giftedness is broad and includes concepts such as multiple intelligences

To systematically identify and nurture gifted students and provide suitable learning opportunities

Develop students' giftedness and look after the learning differences among students 

Focus on developing our students' thinking, creativity, as well as personal and social skills


Mode of Implementation for School-based Gifted Education

Modes Methodology

Level I (whole class teaching)

A: Use specific teaching strategies in general classes to explore students' potential in creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving and leadership

B: Provide pull-out activities in specialized or interdisciplinary subjects for students with higher abilities

Level II (pull-out


C: Adopt a pull-out manner and offer extension courses in specific areas of certain subjects (such as mathematics, arts, etc.) outside general classes

D: Adopt a pull-out manner and offer general enrichment courses (such as creativity training,and leadership training, etc.) outside general classes.

Level III (off-campus support) E: Provide specific training and learning opportunities for gifted students in off-campus settings