The Real Takeaways from Redding and Grissom Study
Tips for Pandemic & Post-Pandemic Advocacy for Gifted Children
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
Gifted Students’ Perspectives Panel
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Gifted Students’ Perspectives Panel

This giftED20 student panel provided a view into the world of gifted minority students. In the session, a group of young minorities addressed academia and perceptions of their own, their peers, and their teachers. Gain insight into how the students have developed coping skills.

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Instruction/Differentiation

Connect Chat: Virtual/Hybrid Secondary G/T Services

TAGT hosted this Connect Chat on how secondary G/T services have adjusted to meet the needs of virtual and hybrid learners and virtual/hybrid programming, including discussions on how you’ve innovated your virtual/hybrid offerings for secondary G/T students, how to manage advanced classes online and in-person, how you’ve added what you’ve learned from virtual settings to your in-person services, and how to adapt college prep and college and career readiness to new settings.

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Instruction/Differentiation

Texas Performance Standards Project (TPSP): History, Why TPSP, and How to Use TPSP in a Virtual World

TPSP provides more than just what to do: TPSP also offers the why and how to meet G/T students’ learning nature and needs.

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Instruction/Differentiation

The Real Takeaways from Redding and Grissom Study

A recent article in the Hechinger Report reported on a study by Christopher Redding and Jason Grissom, soon to be published in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. In this study, the authors used data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study – Kindergarten (ECLS-K; 2010 – 2011 cohort) to see if students who were reported as receiving gifted services performed better than they had prior to receiving services.

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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.