Is middle school/junior high next for you child?
"A Middle School Survival Guide for Parents of Gifted Children"
Parents page - Articles & Reports
National Association for Gifted Children
NEWS & ARCHIVES
KGTC 2018 Conference presentations are available under the Archive tab.
Take the break you need and deserve!
Educators Page - Articles & Reports
2019 - 2020 KGTC Mentor Program for Gifted Educators
Mentor Program Purpose: To increase KGTC support for teachers who are new to working with gifted students, to increase awareness of KGTC across the state, and to increase the number of gifted advocates in Kansas.
KGTC is opening applications for both mentors and new gifted educators (mentees). The program assigns an experienced gifted educator with one who has 0 - 3 years experience with gifted students and who has not attended a KGTC Conference in the past.
MENTEE APPLICATION - OPENING SOON Deadline is Friday September 6, 2019
Mentors are needed! By filling out the application to be a Mentor, you will be in a contact for the new educator for guidance, best practices, practical advice, and to act as a sounding board.
2019 KGTC Annual Conference
Dates: October 13 & 14
Location: Kansas State University
Educator and Parent Registration is Now Open!
Information Now Available - Click title for more information
Sunday Oct 13 Keynote Speaker Monday Oct 14 Keynote Speaker
Lisa Van Gemert Ginger Lewman
The Gifted Guru
Keynote: Letters to the Young Gifted Keynote: Creating Schools that
Kindle the Inner Fires of Learning
Genius is thought of as a gift, why do so many gifted kids feel like misfits?
"The Curse of Genius"
Gifted Education - Articles & Reports