Gifted Education Specialist Tamara Fisher is on a mission... and she wants you to join her!

Are you looking for an easily-accessible and free or reasonably priced way to gather research-based information about gifted learners? These webinars in the coming weeks, many of them presented by widely-recognized experts in the field, are a fabulous option. Additionally, if you can't watch one "live," in most cases registration allows you to access it after-the-fact at a later time. January 30, 7:00 PM Eastern - Unlocking Emergent Talent: Supporting High Achievement of Low-Income, High-Ability Students This FREE webinar, presented by National Association for Gifted Children President Paula Olszewski-Kubilius and Carol Horn of Fairfax County Schools (VA) will discuss ...

Tamara Fisher calls upon her nearly two decades of experience as a Gifted Education Specialist to offer insightful advice for those new to the job.

Gifted Education Specialist Tamara Fisher pens a poignant letter to troubled bright kids who may be contemplating the worst.

Tamara tells about another great day at the National Association for Gifted Children annual convention.

Tamara Fisher checks in from the second day of the annual National Association for Gifted Children convention.

I'm excited to be in Denver for the annual National Association for Gifted Children convention. It kicked off today with a full day of longer, in-depth sessions all focused on "Supporting Gifted and High-Potential Learners in a Common Core State Standards Environment." The morning session was an overview, together with strategies for upgrading and differentiating for gifted students within the CCSS (presented by Susan Johnsen and Joyce Van Tassel-Baska), and the following were some of my "in the moment" thoughts: * While a lot of us have heard about the CCSS being more challenging and open-ended than the status quo, that ...

Tamara Fisher reviews the new app available to assist attendees at the National Association for Gifted Children convention this year.

Gifted Education Specialist Tamara Fisher connects her readers up with digital resources to help parents, teachers, counselors, and medical professionals better understand the social and emotional needs of gifted youth.

Tamara Fisher gets fired up when someone thinks it's okay to not teach a child in school.


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