Since every student has unique needs, educators can’t use a one-size-fits-all approach to GT.
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.
Clint Rodriguez is the Gifted and Talented and Advanced Academics Specialist for Region 11 ESC. He previously served as the district-wide secondary gifted/advanced academics specialist in Richardson ISD and taught middle school Humanities at ASPIRE Academy for the Highly Gifted in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD. He holds a master’s degree in religious studies from the University of Kansas. His interests include building real equity and social justice in gifted education, evidence-based best practices, replacing the gimmickry in gifted learning environments with meaningful curriculum and experiences, and developing ethical leadership and genuine critical thinking capacity in gifted learners and their teachers.
PATRICIA – SAN FELIPE-DEL RIO CISD (verified owner) –
I liked this course.
ROSALINDA – SAN FELIPE-DEL RIO CISD (verified owner) –
Randy – Angleton ISD (verified owner) –
I wasn’t aware of AVID and this helped me understand what it is compared to GT.
Dawn – EAST CENTRAL ISD (verified owner) –
It was ok.
Rachel – DRIPPING SPRINGS ISD (verified owner) –
SanJuanita – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Mirella – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Judith – MCALLEN ISD (verified owner) –
Claudia – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Good to help you differentiate between advance ans gifted students.
Yvette – MCALLEN ISD (verified owner) –