by Joseph S. Renzulli, Ed.D., and Sally M. Reis, Ph.D.
The third edition of The Schoolwide Enrichment Model: A How-To Guide for Talent Development includes many reproducible, time-saving tools for teachers and administrators wanting to implement the SEM program in their schools. This website provides links to downloadable, printable PDFs of those pages for your use. Pages may be printed as many times as needed, and many include fillable features to allow you to customize some of the fields for your school’s needs.
Please note, these pages are copyrighted by Routledge and are for classroom use only. They may not be distributed or posted online without the permission of Routledge.
- SEM Program Planning and Organization (ZIP 171.9KB)
- Identifying Students for SEM Program (ZIP 415.1KB)
- Type I Enrichment (ZIP 1.1MB)
- Type II Enrichment (ZIP 146.1KB)
- Type III Enrichment (ZIP 1.4MB)
- Total Talent Portfolio (ZIP 879.7KB)
- Curriculum Compacting (ZIP 77.7KB)
- Enrichment Clusters (ZIP 475.4KB)
Selected SEM Forms in Spanish (Non Prufrock Publications)
- Certificado para Curriculum Compacting
- Estilos de aprendizaje primaria
- Estilos de aprendizaje secundaria
- Formulario de datos personales
- Interpretacion de test de estilos de aprendizaje primaria
- Interpretacion estilo aprendizaje secundaria
- Inventario de intereses
- My Way (Spanish)
- Personalizador no curriclum compacting
- Personalizador si curriculum compacting
About The Schoolwide Enrichment Model
The Schoolwide Enrichment Model: A How-to Guide for Talent Development (3rd ed.) presents a common sense approach for helping students achieve and engage in joyful learning. Based on years of research, the Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) is founded on highly successful practices originally developed for programs for gifted students. The SEM promotes “a rising tide lifts all ships” approach to school improvement by applying general enrichment strategies to all students and opportunities for advanced level follow-up opportunities for superior learners and highly motivated students. This guidebook shows educators step by step how to develop their own SEM program based on their own local resources, student population, and faculty strengths and interests. Instead of offering students a one-size-fits-all curriculum, the model helps educators look at each student’s strengths, interests, learning styles, and preferred modes of expression and capitalize on these assets. The book highlights the model’s fundamentals and underlying research and provides information about organizational components, service delivery options, and resources for implementation. The book suggests methods for engaging and challenging identified gifted students and provides practical resources for teachers using the SEM with all students.
For more information or to order this book, visit The Schoolwide Enrichment Model product detail page.