Promoting Actualization through Creativity and Excellence (PACE) Stories from the Parents of Students in the Tempe Elementary School District PACE Program My daughter has been challenged with the projects her PACE teacher facilitates. I have also found it very informative to attend
Gifted Education is key to developing a highly skilled labor force needed to fill technical jobs coming to Arizona
As parents, educators and supporters of Gifted Education, we are all aware of why a comprehensive K-12 education is important to our children/students as individuals, but what does Gifted Education mean when creating a talent pool for large companies to
Nicole Belden (Cartwright School District) was selected as a recipient in March 2020 for AAGT’s Teacher Classroom Mini-Grant, which she used to enhance the before school club for gifted students in the inner-city with enrichment games. Games such as Word-A-Round, Blokus,
Join faculty and graduate students from ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering virtually in this year’s summer program featuring project-focused classes. Make 3D jewelry, code your own game, build creative robots, and more. Spark your creativity integrating arts, science
Gifted students have learning differences that require accommodations in their curriculum and instruction and pace of learning as well as accommodations for their unique social and emotional issues. Without the opportunity to have appropriately challenging educational opportunities, the consequences can
Instead of learning new concepts, in order to survive academically, my child learned to work the system.
Stephanie N., President of the Arizona Association for Gifted & Talented. Our family has lived in Arizona for the past 20 years. All four of my children have been identified as gifted and that has made life very intense in
Tonight (March 31) we have wonderful news! HB2817 was heard in the Senate Appropriations Committee and was voted 9-1 as a recommended do pass! It has now been heard by both the House and the Senate, so what are next steps?