Resources for Educators

maleteacher.jpgTo appropriately identify, develop, and nurture individual talent, educators at every level -- from the classroom to the district office -- must understand the strategies, practices, and tools. Once understood, you need up-to-date information, analysis of the latest education research, and access to professional development opportunities and resources. That's where NAGC comes in! Don't we want every student to reach their highest potential?  

Serving High-Ability Learners

Gifted education strategies make a meaningful difference for high-ability students. Learn more about what gifted education in the classroom looks like.

Classroom teachers are the primary agent for identifying and serving gifted and talented students in our nation's schools. Read and learn more about the programming standards today.

NAGC leads the way for targeted and relevant education and training, offering webinars with national experts, the annual convention with hundreds of sessions in a wide variety of themes, and connections through Networks.

NAGC pulls together in-depth resources on topics that are on members' minds and affect K-12 education across the country. Current topics include the Common Core State Standards, equity in gifted education, and supporting gifted students in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM).

Exploring NAGC Publications for Educators

THP is a quarterly publication designed with educators in mind. Each issue is filled with practical guidance and classroom-based materials to help you better understand and challenge your high-potential students. Scan through the library of THP articles and columns organized by topic and theme. Members have access to the entire archive of THP issues. Visit The THP homepage today.

This monthly column is found in the member e-newsletter Compass Points and provides an "In The Trenches" focus suggesting books, websites, professional papers, and other relevant resources to use in the classroom or for your own professional development and enjoyment. Member login required.

Written by and for teachers and parents, Connecting for High Potential provides practical advice for parents, teachers, and community members to work together to support high-ability students.

View the best selection of books and other materials for teachers seeking to help students reach their full potential. (Members receive generous discounts.)

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Supporting Families

Gifted students don't have an on/off switch! Share trusted advice and resources with your students' families that help them support their child outside the classroom.

Building your Career

Looking for a new position in the field of gifted and talented? The NAGC Career Center offers access to the best employers and jobs in the profession.  

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Teacher Resources

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Javits-Frasier Scholarship Program

identifies passionate and innovative teachers in Title I schools.