KGTC Mentorship Program Winners​

2018 - 2019  Robert Bovaird

2018 - 2019  Connor Bechard

2019 - 2020  Michelle Lewis

2019-2020  Rose Lawler



Announcing KSDE & KGTC Cooperative Venture

The Kansas Sate Department of Education and the Kansas Association for Gifted, Talented, and Creative are working together to complite list of giftted educators in Kansas for the purpose of sharing identification criteria, starting IEP golal banks, and developing networking between all areas of the state.

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Educators

Open Gifted/Enrichment Positions in Kansas

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Congratulations to the KGTC Mentorship Program Winners


KGTC selected two gifted educators in their first year of teaching gifted education to be the recipients of the first annual KGTC Mentorship Program. Michelle Lewis and Rose Lawler received free tuition to KGTC's 2019 Annual Conference and will be mentored for a year by an experienced gifted educator. 

Congratulations!


Kansas State Department of Education Gifted Education Services 

KSDE is a websource that contains many useful links for gifted educators including the Effective Practices Instructional Kit, Data Sources and Gifted Education Documents.  

Click the title above to go to the main Gifted Education Services page.


About Gifted.....


Rose Lawler 

Michelle Lewis 


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  • All children have the right to progress at an academically appropriate level of challenge.
  • Kansas is one of a few states that provides a mandate to identify and provide services to gifted children in Kindergarten through 12th grade under the umbrella of special education.
  • ​Without proper identification and appropriate services gifted children are at a great risk for failing to meet their potential.
  • Gifted education is not about status, it is about meeting student needs.
  • Advanced learners are found in all cultures, ethnic backgrounds and socioeconomic groups.
  • Gifted learners also have learning and physical disabilities.  These "twice-exceptional" students often go undetected in regular classrooms, because their disability and gifts mask each other; making them appear "average."
  • Most gifted learners spend over 80% of their school day in the regular classroom, but 61% of their teachers have no training in gifted interventions and needs.


Maize Unified School District #266

Gifted Educator - Elementary


McPerson Unified School District #418

Gifted Educator Posting ID #1319


Northwest Kansas Educational Service Center

Gifted Educator  

Job Posting #104


USD 305 Salina

High School Gifted Position Open for 2021-2022

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