Resources for Educators
To appropriately meet the needs of gifted students in our classrooms, the following resources, strategies, and best practices are valuable tools for our educators.
Professional Development and Educational Opportunities
- CAG’s 57th Annual Conference February 22-24, 2019 Palm Springs, California
Gifted Education Practices
The California Association for the Gifted (CAG) periodically publishes position papers that deal with issues, policies, and practices that have an impact on the education of gifted and talented students. All position papers approved by the CAG Board of Directors are consistent with the organization’s philosophy and mission, and the current research in the field. This paper focuses on extending and differentiating the California Common Core Standards for the gifted students.
California State Board of Education publishes a recommendation standard for gifted programming.
Gifted Education Communicator is the official publication of California Association for the Gifted. It is a free quarterly online journal for educators, parents, and students.
In this list, you can find various associations, journals, organizations/programs, and research centers that focus on gifted education and supporting gifted students.
The following individuals have shown a commitment to gifted students in their region.
2018 Distinguished Service Award Winners
Bay Area Region – Natalie Einhorn
Capitol Region – Colleen Hutchinson
Joshua Tree Region – Jennifer Clark
Mission Region – Ann Marie Goulding
Orange Region – Vivian Moreno
Pacific Region – Dr. Anne Roundy-Harter
Palomar Region – Senator Ben Hueso
Redwood Region – Colette Haldi
San Joaquin Region – Nicole Bristol
Santa Lucia Region – Carol Bauerle
Award of Achievement
Distinguished Service Award 2018 – Due October 19, 2018