TAGT provides educators the tools to inspire students from Pre-K through 16 and helps both fulfill their unique potential – beyond subject matter and grade level expectations.
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Elementary educators are often the first formal teachers of young gifted students. Developing effective and challenging curriculum that matches a student’s ability is one of the most difficult challenges in education today.
- Higher Creativity with Lower Working Memory – Surprises of ADHD, Dyslexia, Giftedness, and More
- Understanding High Energy Gifted Kids
- Can Empathy for Gifted Students Be Nurtured in Teachers? (PDF)
- Development of a Math Interest Inventory to Identify Gifted Students from Underrepresented and Diverse Populations (PDF)
- Study: Gifted Children Especially Vulnerable to Effects of Bullying
- The Paradox of Twice-Exceptionality Packet of Information for Professionals (PDF)
- Differentiating Comprehension Skills: Noting Details
- Five Unexpected Traits of Gifted Students
- Exceptionally Gifted Children: Long-Term Outcomes of Academic Acceleration and Nonacceleration (PDF)
- Acceleration Institute: Resources for Educators
- Are We Failing Gifted Students?
- Tips for Teachers: Successful Strategies for Teaching Gifted Learners
- Chicken Soup for the Gifted? Differentiation in the Regular Classroom (PDF)
- 16 Ways to Activate the Reticular Activating System in the Classroom
- Read Ahead Contracts
- Kinesthetics in the Classroom
- 8 Essential Tips & Resources for Educators of Gifted Kids
- Patterns in Writing: Conflict
Gifted education at the secondary level is often relegated to AP and Honors classes. However, the need to understand your students and their unique educational needs can be time-consuming. Consistently and appropriately developing the talents and abilities of gifted students in your classroom is a challenging responsibility.
- 5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students
- 7 Ways to Add Complexity
- Academically Gifted Students’ Perceived Interpersonal Competence and Peer Relationships (PDF)
- Assessing Creativity
- Authentic Opportunities and Talent Development: An Essential Curriculum for Twice-Exceptional Learners (PDF)
- Brain-Based Learning, Myth versus Reality: Testing Learning Styles and Dual Coding
- Cultivating Talent: Gifted Children and STEM
- Comparison of High Achievers’ & Low Achievers’ Attitudes, Perceptions & Motivations (PDF)
- An Easy Way to Ask for Student Feedback
- Dystopian Fiction: A Literary Outlet for Teen Angst
- High Achiever, Gifted Learner, Creative Thinker
- How do academic prodigies spend their time and why does that matter?
- Morality and Social Responsibility
- Practical Recommendations and Interventions: Gifted Students (PDF)
- Smart is Not a Dirty Word
- Understanding Resilience in Diverse, Talented Students in an Urban High School (PDF)
- Using Technology to Support Differentiation (PDF)
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