For AIG Teachers
Teachers of the academically gifted support student’s academic, social, and emotional needs. This webpage provides educators access to differentiated activities for the gifted, gifted education K-12 lesson plans and multiple other teaching resources.
For AIG Parents
Parents and guardians are students’ strongest advocates. Parents must insist that their child learns new and rigorous content each day. This website is a service for parents and guardians of gifted and high potential students.
Gifted Education Resources
- Odyssey of the Mind
- Duke University Talent Identification Program
- Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page for Parents
- DPI Exceptional Children Division
- Websites for Parents
- Parenting for High Potential
- Gifted Children: Identification, Encouragement & Development
- Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted
- Family Education: Developing Gifts and Talents
- The Gifted Child Development Center
- Center for Talented Youth
Social and Emotional Needs
- Social and Emotional Needs PowerPoint Presentation
- AIG Parent Handout
- If Dr. Seuss Had a Gifted Education
Current Topics in Gifted Education
Enjoy perusing the brochures below. Each brochure was designed by an ECU student earning his/her add-on AIG licensure during the summer of 2007. Current topics in gifted education (i.e. perfectionism, underachievement) are explored and discussed.