Identifying and retaining gifted students is important for helping them thrive, but some school districts have trouble identifying gifted students who come from diverse backgrounds. Clint Rodriguez, a Secondary GT Specialist in Richardson ISD, says that the key to making sure all gifted students are properly supported lies in partnering with educators in charge of AVID, SPED, and ESL
Since every student has unique needs, educators can’t use a one-size-fits-all approach to GT.
Rather than competing with each other for resources, Mr. Rodriguez says that the best way to support students is for all educators in charge of special groups to work together to provide services.
After taking this 1-hour course presented by TAGT, you’ll discover:
- Common challenges of identifying gifted students
- How to partner for equity
- Strategies for identifying gifted students
Visit the TAGT website to learn more about the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented.
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