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Jordana, mama to almost 8 year old Evan, 3 year old Atticus, and 1 year old Tabitha - my gifts from heaven
Our area does not do IEP for gifted students, but if yours does- look into it!
I would ask for a conference with the teacher. She may be 1. new 2. new to the grade and unsure of grade level expectations 3. have a larger than normal class and still assessing students 4. that is just her style.
The only one I would worry about would be #4. The rest can be worked with and may just need a conference with the teacher to see what can be done.If that is her style (group learning) than she will be less likely to differentiate into smaller groups.
I would meet with her and explain the new development of 'spacing out', and your sons academic skills. See what can be worked out and I would do it soon.
3 weeks in and the teacher should have started to organize the time and style pretty firmly. If you wait to long, it may be harder to adjust anything.
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