2017 Summer Camp Guide for Gifted and Talented Students

SAGE has compiled our annual guide for summer camps that could challenge and inspire your gifted student: Summer Program Age Suitable   website Explore Horizons K-6th flyer www.explore-horizons.com Tarrant County College K-6th flyer www.tcd.edu GCISD Summer Enrichment K-6th flyer 1 and flyer 2 www.gcisd-k12.org/summerenrichment Use this code to enroll in GT options: SEGT2017 Ignite at E.A. … Continue reading 2017 Summer Camp Guide for Gifted and Talented Students

March 7: SAGE Brown Bag: Strategies for Addressing “Boredom”

Our speaker was James Bishop, advocate and teacher of the gifted and talented. Does your GT student use “the B word?” — as in, “I’m bored!” How can a parent or teacher address a GT student’s complaints of boredom? Download the handout about Addressing Boredom in Gifted Students  (PDF) Event Details Lunch, Learn, Network at the SAGE … Continue reading March 7: SAGE Brown Bag: Strategies for Addressing “Boredom”

GT Educator of the Month: Meagan Pryor

We asked SAGE members to nominate an educator who's going above and beyond for gifted students. This month's SAGE GT Educator of the Month is Meagan Pryor, GT Specialist for Colleyville Elementary School The person who nominated her says, " In addition to all the wonderful things Meagan does as a specialist, she also facilitates online … Continue reading GT Educator of the Month: Meagan Pryor

GT Educator of the Month: Gypsy Mishoe

We asked SAGE members to nominate an educator who's going above and beyond for gifted students. This month's SAGE GT Educator of the Month is Gypsy Mishoe, instructional coach for GCISD. The person who nominated her says, "Instructional coaches spend much of their time working behind the scenes to support teachers and students. Gypsy goes above … Continue reading GT Educator of the Month: Gypsy Mishoe