A Critical Conversation With I-URGGE: Sparking Change to Promote Culturally Responsive Gifted Education
SAT and ACT Tests and New Test-Blind/Test-Optional College Admissions Policies
TAGT Legacy Book Talk: Creating Strong Kids Through Writing
Tips for Addressing Racism in the Classroom
Practices for Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Gifted and Talented Classroom
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Parenting

Tips for Pandemic & Post-Pandemic Advocacy for Gifted Children

Transitioning from a worldwide pandemic back to lives we recognize will bring gifted children both novel and perennial challenges amplified. Please join us to explore our gifted children’s most pressing issues.

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TEMPO+ Trial Subscription Now Available

Not yet a member or eSubscriber of TAGT? You can now check out TEMPO+ articles on a limited, trial basis using the TEMPO+ Trial Membership.

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Equity

A Critical Conversation With I-URGGE: Sparking Change to Promote Culturally Responsive Gifted Education

In this panel session, Black scholars of I-URGGE offer examples, tips, data (state, national, and international) on gifted programming, and inclusive pedagogies that support all gifted students.

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Instruction/Differentiation

SAT and ACT Tests and New Test-Blind/Test-Optional College Admissions Policies

This article explains why students should continue to prepare for and take the SAT and/or the ACT exam, even during temporary options for test blind or test optional admission.

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Instruction/Differentiation

TAGT Legacy Book Talk: Creating Strong Kids Through Writing

Join Dr. James Delisle and Deborah Delisle, authors of the Legacy Book Award-winning Creating Strong Kids Through Writing, as they share their lessons learned from their combined years in the classroom on how social-emotional learning can be embedded into classroom curricula to make a lasting, personal impact on student growth.

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Equity

Tips for Addressing Racism in the Classroom

This resource provides 6 steps for educators who are interested in becoming intentionally anti-racist in their classroom. It walks teachers through reflecting and growing, classroom management, lesson ideas, and resources for secondary students. These tips are based off of the on-going trial-and-error journey of Sarah Wiseman, M.Ed.

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Equity

Seeing Beyond the Labels: An Interview With Viridiana Carrizales

In this interview, Viridiana Carrizales, cofounder of ImmSchools, an organization that partners with K–12 schools and educators to support undocumented and immigrant students and families, shares how educators can support G/T students who are immigrants or undocumented.

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Equity

Practices for Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Gifted and Talented Classroom

Implementing culturally responsive teaching practices in your classroom can help create a multicultural and inclusive instructional environment.

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Instruction/Differentiation

Bilingual Resources for At-Home Learning

Finding bilingual resources for high-ability learners continues to be a challenge. This resource list is intended to provide a variety of options in curricular and high-interest areas. It includes sites with language support, materials in Spanish, or both.

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Parenting

The Texas State Plan in a Nutshell: An Advocacy Guide for Families

This guide provides a high-level overview of the plan, with suggested items families should know about in each section, and links to related resources to help families, parents, and guardians find answers and advocate for their G/T students.