NAGC Pre-K–Grade 12 Gifted Education Programming Standards
A Guide to Planning and Implementing High-Quality Services for Gifted Students
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after January 11, 2022
The Pre-K–Grade 12 Gifted Education Programming Standards should be part of every school district's repertoire of standards to ensure that the learning needs of advanced students are being met.
The new edition of this popular book helps schools understand the updates to the standards, which have a renewed emphasis on equity and inclusion. The six standards focus on student outcomes in learning and development, assessment, curriculum planning and instruction, learning environments, programming, and professional learning (updated from professional development used in the 2010 version). This book details these standards and provides suggestions for implementing each one. It also includes sample assessments of student products and performances, which will assist schools in developing program and service evaluation benchmarks.
This book is a must-have for school leaders and gifted education professionals who want to offer the most effective services for gifted and advanced students. It is a service publication of the National Association for Gifted Children (Washington, DC). This designation indicates that this book has been jointly developed with NAGC and that this book passes the highest standards of scholarship, research, and practice.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to the 2019 NAGC Pre-K-Grade 12 Gifted Programming Standards 2. Designing Supportive School Environments for Social and Emotional Development 3. Addressing Gifts and Talents, Racial Identity, and Social-Emotional Learning Regarding Students of Color: Challenges and Recommendations for Culturally Responsive Practice 4. The Assessment Standard in Gifted Education: Identifying Gifted Students 5. The Curriculum Planning and Instruction Standard in Gifted Education: From Idea to Reality 6. Differentiation: Standards Inform Best Practice 7. Programming Models and Program Design 8. Professional Learning Standards 9. Using the NAGC Standards for Program Development and Improvement 10. State Models for Implementing the Standards 11. Aligning Gifted Programming Standards with ISTE Standards for Enhanced Student Outcomes 12. Advocating for Implementation
Susan K. Johnsen is Professor Emerita of Educational Psychology at Baylor University. She has written three tests for identifying gifted students and more than 300 articles, monographs, technical reports, chapters, and books related to gifted education.
Debbie Dailey is an Associate Professor of Education and Chair of the Department of Teaching and Learning at the University of Central. She serves as treasurer for Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education, Chair of the STEM network at National Association for Gifted Children, and President-Elect for Council for Exceptional Children-The Association for the Gifted.
Alicia Cotabish is an associate professor of teaching and learning at the University of Central Arkansas. Alicia is the former past-president of the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators and currently serves as Co-Chair of the National Association for Gifted Children Standards Committee.