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AAGT Partner Sponsored Post Karinna is one of many gifted kids who have excelled at KaiPod Learning. Through accelerated learning, students like Karinna have the opportunity to work ahead and reach for their dreams. This summer, KaiPod is offering weekly summer camps tailored for ages 8-16 at their four Phoenix locations in Gilbert, Scottsdale, Glendale,…

AAGT Partner Sponsored Post What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to…

Sponsored AAGT Partner Post Phoenix welcomes an exciting addition to its educational landscape with the launch of The Gifted Collective, a hub designed to support, nurture, and challenge young minds as well as support their families and educators. Geared towards students in grades 2 and above, this pioneering center offers a diverse array of educational…

  AAGT Partner Bulletin At some point, you’ll want to share your estate plans with your loved ones – and the first step in this process may be to hold a family meeting. During this meeting, you may want to cover these three areas: First, explain your wishes, in a general way, regarding your goals…

Congratulations to our Friend of the Gifted, Representative Jennifer Pawlik, in Arizona District 17, for receiving the prestigious Top Ten award from the Arizona Technology Council. Sharing this honor with colleagues Sen. Flavio Bravo and Rep. Seth Blattman is truly remarkable. Your dedication to our community does not go unnoticed, and we are incredibly appreciative…

AZ ACEs Consortium is excited to extend an invitation to the AAGT community to participate in a crucial virtual Town Hall aimed at assessing the need and presence of resilient and trauma informed practices within Arizona schools. At the Resilience Coordinating Council, we firmly believe in the importance of diverse perspectives and inclusive participation when…

Sponsored Article As you go through life, you’ll have various financial goals — and to help achieve these goals, you may want to match them with appropriate types of accounts or investments. For example, if you want to save for a down payment on a house, you’ll need a certain amount of money at a…

Partner Article The Riverside Insights revamped www.cogat.com site is now live!! Please visit the site to access valuable resources for District Administrators, teachers, and parents. The site includes: District Leader Resources including the Gifted Coordinator Toolkit, Ability & Achievement Tool, Case Studies, Webinars, Articles, and more Teacher Resources including Sample Lesson Plans, CogAT Report Guides, and Grouping Resources Parent…

Back in June, our Gifted Non-Profit Partner SENG released the first issue of its new scholarly journal, SENG Journal: Exploring the Psychology of Giftedness (SENGJ). A new issue of the SENGJ is available, which includes the following sections: A Trailblazer in Innovative Residential Programming for Students with Gifts and Talents: An Interview with Colm O’Reilly…

Arizona State University Researchers Find Participation in The Brilliance, Excellence, and Equity Project Increases Teachers’ Cultural Competency Around Gifted Education  TEMPE, AZ – A trio of researchers at Arizona State University recently completed an independent evaluation the effectiveness of The Brilliance, Excellence, and Equity Project and found that participation in the program made teachers more…

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