Education & Events
Highly regarded in the G/T community, TAGT offers exceptional educational opportunities. Receive valuable information and guidance by attending conferences and events designed to meet the various needs of members. Online training is available through TAGT On Demand.

giftED23 (Annual Conference)

November 29-December 1, 2023
Dallas TX

Upcoming Dates

giftED24 (Annual Conference)
December 2-December 7, 2024
San Antonio, TX

giftED25 (Annual Conference)
December 1-December 6, 2025
Grapevine, TX

giftED26 (Annual Conference)
November 30-December 5, 2026
Houston, TX

Connecting Minds. Empowering Futures.
Through powerful keynotes, informative breakout sessions, and high-energy networking experiences, giftED will empower you to continue to make a difference in the gifted community.

Who participates?
The giftED Conference audience is diverse and made up of all layers of the gifted community.

  • Classroom Teachers/GT Specialists
  • District Administrators
  • Campus Administrators, University Staff, Parents

Popular Topics

  • Technology in the classroom
  • Creativity
  • Differentiation
  • Mindsets
  • Serving underrepresented populations
  • Project-based learning
  • Genius hour


TAGT Leadership Conference
Marriott Champions Circle, Dallas/Fort Worth TX
March 26-28, 2023
A two-day annual event for administrators, coordinators, and specialists, focusing on best practices and promising programs.

Who participates?
  • District-Level Administrator (Advanced Academic Coordinator, G/T Coordinator, etc)
  • Campus-Level G/T Specialist
  • Researchers
Popular Topics
  • G/T program design
  • Independent projects
  • Acceleration
  • Professional development program solutions/management
  • Differentiation
  • Assessment

Gifted+Equity Conference
June 4-6, 2023
The Tremont House, Galveston TX

The TAGT Gifted + Equity Conference: Serving the Underserved is geared towards the educators who work tirelessly to ensure equitable access for all gifted students. Sessions will focus on at least one of the four main tracks:
  • Twice Exceptional (learning exceptionalities)
  • Underserved Populations (low SES, minorities)
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Additional Qualifiers: Girls, LGBTQ, Rural locations, etc.
Who participates?  
  • District-Level G/T and Special Ed Administrators
  • Counselors
  • Campus Administrators
  • Special Populations Coordinators
  • Classroom Teachers
  • Special Education Leaders
  • Parents of Gifted Children