The KGTC mentorship program has been a great opportunity for me to network with other Gifted and Talented teachers. Being new to this field, it's helped immensely with making sure I'm providing the best services possible for my students. The KGTC Conference offered outstanding resources and sessions that immediately impacted my classes. They say if you can take one thing away from a conference and use it, it's a success. I was able to take away much more!
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Piper School District #203
Part-Time Gifted Teacher for 2019-2020 school year
Beloit School District #273
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Emporia Public School #253 and Flint Hills Special Education Cooperative
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Topeka School District #501
Gifted Education Teacher
Blue Valley School District #229
5 job postings for Gifted Educators
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The KGTC Conference and mentorship program was extremely beneficial for me as a new member of the gifted teaching community. I believe it is important in our profession to surround yourself with people who have experience in similar situations, and this gave me an opportunity to meet some incredible gifted facilitators who were open to sharing ideas, and who truly want me to succeed as a gifted teacher. I HIGHLY recommend the mentorship program for any teachers who may be new to gifted, as it will open your eyes to a world of ideas and practices that will make you a much better teacher!
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. Robert Bovaird and Connor Bechard received free tuition to KGTC's 2018 Annual Conference and will be mentored for a year by an experienced gifted educator.
Open Gifted/Enrichment Positions in Kansas
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.