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  • Hi all, I have a family in need of outside counseling services for their child. Looking for someone with experience with older kids and preferably gifted individuals in the greater DFW area. Please respond with recommendations. CR ------------------------------ ...

  • Hi Joyce! So happy for you to join the gifted education world! I recommend reading A Parent's Guide to Gifted Children by Dr. James Webb as a foundation for discussions with teachers and parents. It's helpful for testing results and behaviors. When I ...

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  • Hi Joyce, Welcome to TAGT Connect! I just wanted to say hi and also would love for you to take a look at the TAGT Emerging Leaders Program as a potential learning avenue for your upcoming position.  Additionally, I'd love to invite you to the ...

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  • Hi everyone, I'm new to this community. I will be taking over the position of GT coordinator for our school this fall. Right now, I am in the process of learning how to test students as well as all of other millions of things I'll need to know in order ...

  • Your post made me think of a new product I just previewed at an ELA conference. It is called Bulb.  It does not provide activities, but does provide a lovely platform for students to showcase their portfolio.  https://www.bulbapp.com ------------------------------ ...

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